|So we returned to the land of AAHZ one final time last night, the 5th or 6th reunion event and possibly the best of the bunch!|
|Led by the original wizards of AAHZ, DJ Chris Fortier.....|
|DJ Dave Cannalte.....|
|and of course, DJ Kimball Collins!|
|The lighting and sounds systems were the best!|
|And we're told the club reached capacity, even with walk-up prices of $35.|
|The music an assortment of original (as in older) music one would have heard at AAHZ back in the day.|
|The crowd too was an assortment of original (as in older) people that one would have seen at AAHZ back in the day!|
|Spotted: DJ The Reverend (Funky Monkey), Dana (Stella Luca) & DJ Smilin' Dan (Independent Bar).|
|Spotted: DJ Rob-E (Firestone Live, Suite B Lounge)|
|Spotted: DJ's Security (Firestone Live, Suite B Lounge) & J-Dub (Vixen Bar, Thee Grotto).|
|People had to dance where they stood as it was next to impossible to move around. My favorite song of the night, Rozalla's "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)". It's a significant song in that it was the final song ever played at Mannequins.|
An unexpected visit from Sam Mollison, delivering us some Vocal House!
Kimball Collins is a resident DJ at Q-Bar in Bangkok, Thailand.
He's certain to return again, just not doing an AAHZ-themed concert. He says he didn't want AAHZ Reunions to last more years than AAHZ itself.
|And as AAHZ's original Stace Bass danced on the floor with the common folk, a good time was had all!|