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The Origin of The Vogue

On December 31… 35 years ago, the #1 song in the U.S was the Bee Gees “How Deep is your Love”. The Ramones were bringing in the New Year at The Rainbow in London. The Grateful Dead was celebrating the end of 1997 by playing a show at WInterland in San Francisco. They kicked off 1978 with Sugar Magnolia. In Indianapolis, an old movie theater was opening for the 1st time as a nightclub. That’s right… The Vogue officially opened as a nightclub on Dec. 31, 1977. The band Coal Kitchen had the honor of being the 1st ever band to play our historic venue. This year on Dec 31, we turn a youthful 35 years old. Not too bad for an old movie theater in Central Indiana. Over the course of 2013, we are hoping to re-live a lot of moments from our storied past. There may be some of our old favorite bands returning to the stage. Plus, we are hoping to share some historic photos and old ticket stubs from years past. We are looking for some help from our long faithful fans to help us find some of the long lost memorabilia. If you have some old photos, ticket stubs or an old concert t-shirt that you bought here, let us know, so we can share it. Email us at info@thevogue.com.

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