Nightlife Legends

From Studio 54 to CBGB, the attitudes and addresses may have changed over the years but nightlife remains as pivotal to music culture today as it did a half-century ago when it first gave rise to a milieu of late-night legends ranging from music superstars to Warhol pseudo-stars. That said, when faced with the daunting challenge of overcoming the urge to settle into Netflix and your usual from Seamless after a particularly long work week, a little inspiration from those that paved the way in glitter and grit for weekend warriors everywhere can go a long way in conjuring the ‘Dancing Queen’ within. From a healthy dose of underground indulgence to an unabashed evening on the town, embrace the endless possibilities beheld by the weekend ahead by taking cue from this star-studded collection of muses from the reigning pantheon of rock royalty.


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