1981 ➤ Fourratt’s six golden rules for the hottest club of all

After New York’s notorious club Studio 54 closed amid scandal and jail for its frontmen, it reopened in September 1981 under new ownership and hosted by club entrepreneurs Jim Fouratt and Rudolf Pieper. Early in Fouratt’s hyperactive life as a shaper of culture and politics, he assessed the prevailing musical trends and set out his six golden rules for running a successful nightspot.

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Rudolf and Fourratt: promoters who breathed new life into the Studio. Picture © by Shapersofthe80s

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