Friday nights are live and bumpin in Nyak, NY. Disco is not dead and the Dancin’ Machine Band is proof positive its alive and well. Attracting a crowd of loyal followers who absolutely understand the era, the band performs classic disco beats in true form while taking time to put their own twist on familiar tunes.
Incredible energy and love of the disco days keeps this regular appearance on point.
The West Gate Lounge plays host to the band that gets you out of your chair and out on the floor. Eleven musicians set out to recreate the 70’s disco experience you’ve grown to love. A feel good, no worries pure positive get down and boogie night was had by all. Performing songs by The Bee Gees, Donna Summer, George Benson, Wild Cherry and more- how could you go wrong?
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