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Audio slideshow: Curtain call at the Dame

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Fans gather for the final night at the Dame music club on Main street.

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8 Responses to “Audio slideshow: Curtain call at the Dame”
  1. Alison says:

    Nicely done. Lexington has lost something special for sure.

    (And those three people were still sitting in the front window when I left The Dame at 11:30.)

  2. Allan says:

    What a lovely, bittersweet, goodbye.

    Thanks for preserving the moment.

  3. Marie Eldridge says:

    It saddens me to know that Lexington is losing another piece of its history so that an un-needed new skysraper can be built. Instead of perserving the history of Downtown Lexington, it seems to me that some people are only wanting to destroy it!

  4. Karl Marx says:

    Socialism is the only way to go.

  5. Troy Bishop says:

    You live a sad life if this is all you’ve got. The Dame was poorly run, couldn’t pay its rent and sold out to the corporate world by taking a payout of $50,000.00 to end their lease early. They could’ve stayed longer and found another place but they chose the money! And by the way, couldn’t they use that money to re-establish themselves somewhere else? The Dame is just a name that can resurface somewhere else…..but they won’t even try. Stop blaming other people. Get a job!

    • Nick Sprouse says:

      Troy, Rosenberg ended our lease. We couldn’t have stayed there for another day no matter how badly we wanted to. The money we received was part of the buyout clause that was written into the lease at the beginning. We had no choice in the matter. Screw you, asshole, for thinking otherwise and spreading your lies here for all to see.

      Of course, we did reopen The Dame. It was more than just a name, as I think we all found out.

  6. Jude says:

    The Dame was something special to a lot of people. I remember turning 21 and the first thing I wanted to do was join all my friends at a show. It was a short-lived experience, but one I’m truly blessed to have had.

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