Northern Soul All-Nighters At The Wigan Casino
In 1978, during the era of the super clubs with venues like Studio 54 in New York, Billboard Magazine awarded the title of Disco of the Year to a dancehall in Northern England that opened at 12.30 and didn’t serve alcohol. The Wigan Casino spearheaded a musical movement that took place in the late 60 s and 70s that celebrated a genre of soul music that was being made in the US but not rarely listened to there.
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