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History[edit | edit source]
In the late-1970s, it moved to 3rd and Race Street and became a members-only club ("The Crusaders Community Club").
DJs such as Josh Wink, Robbie Tronco, King Britt, Dj Dozia, Jeff Gross (DJ Rush), Richie Rosati, Willyum, Stango, Suzi Miller and her Bananettes performed at the nightclub, as well as video artists such as Nick London, Nick and Gigi Meoli, Toni Thomas, and uber Philly It-Girl, Kim Kelly.
The Black Banana suffered a devastating fire in 1991.
The club's founder, Garrick Melmeck died in 1991. The nightclub closed in 1998.
The building now houses Wexler Fine Arts Gallery.
References[edit | edit source]
- Hanke, Robert (1989). "La Banane Noire". Public Culture: Bulletin of the Project for Transnational Cultural Studies. 1 (2): 86–90.
- London, Nick. "The Black Banana Reunion: Memories of the Vagabond Years". Phillymag.com. Philadelphia magazine. Retrieved 2 May 2018.
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