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The Social, 2007
A crowd lined up down the street for a sold-out JunkieRush show at The Social, located at 54 North Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando, Florida, on July 30, 2007. The Social is an Indie music venue in Downtown Orlando that hosts international, national, and local acts. With a mere 400-person capacity, the intimate setting has made the venue a staple in the Orlando music scene. Originally called The Downtown Jazz & Blues Club, it became Sapphire Supper Club in April 1995, and during its six-year run under that name, the venue showcased an A-list of indie-rock, swing, and folk acts and nurtured the budding careers of musicians that would rise to broader fame in bands, such as Seven Mary Three, My Friend Steve, and Matchbox Twenty. The venue became The Social in 2002, and has remained one of the most popular venues in Orlando. Neighboring Bar BQ Bar, at 64 North Orange Avenue, also appears in the photograph.
Original color photograph by Alicia Lyman, July 30, 2007: Archive: Concerts Archive, Alicia Lyman.
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Digital reproduction of original color photograph by Alicia Lyman, July 30, 2007: http://alicialyman.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/2007-07-30-JUNKIE-RUSH-THE-SOCIAL-Orlando-FL/G0000qlue4u.ulow/I0000cfT3iqz94fw/C0000i75h9FD_Cjw.
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Archive: Concerts Archive, Alicia Lyman.
Rock Collection, Central Florida Music History Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
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The Social, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Bar BQ Bar, Downtown Orlando, Florida
Originally created and published by Alicia Lyman.
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