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  • John 9:51 am on February 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    The Transition Of PJ’s (1972) 

    Just as Nash knew to cater to the kids in 1987 – turning the Seven Seas into Club Hollywood, just in time to catch the dance club-ecstasy chomping-teeth grinding craze, in 1972 the Nash knew things were changing as well. The sixties were over, and so the groovy sixties version of PJs had to change. But it did not immediately become the rock palace known as the Starwood. There were some bumps in the road, including a Vegas-style strip show with “not enough tease in their strip.”

    From January 1, 1972.


    • jimmy 2:09 pm on February 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I would work for Eddie , not breaking heads but with all the clubs and liquor licenses he had one could probably move up in the ranks pretty quick if loyal and ambicious

      • John 11:36 am on February 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Ed always rewarded loyal employees. He might even vouch for someone and testify during the sentencing phase, so a former employee might avoid the death penalty for capital murder, like he did for Linell Dumas, who killed a cop’s mother during a robbery.

  • John 12:46 pm on November 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Bobby Fuller, P.J.’s & The Starwood Club – A Photo Gallery 

    Before it was the Starwood Club, the place was called “P.J.’s”. It was owned by Dominic Lucci and Eddie Nash. 60’s rocker, Bobby Fuller, played at P.J.’s and was no stranger to Eddie Nash. Thus, the circumstances surrounding Bobby’s death and rumors about Fuller being murdered by a jealous Eddie Nash or Dominic Lucci, over a woman, are not entirely unbelievable or unfounded. In the past, I made a blog post about Bobby’s murder here.

    • Gayle 9:13 pm on April 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I always thought the murder of Bobby Fuller was interesting. Any murder of a cute musician is intriguing. Nice photo collage, John.

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