The music is good.
But it’s also the people who run the club.
It’s the owners and dancers who are the people you get to talk to, say hi to and get drinks with.
It starts with a few people meeting at the bar and making a connection.
They make a list of the DJs they know and hang it up.
Once the list is finalized, they put it in a folder and make a decision about what will happen next.
That list usually includes the DJs, but sometimes the list also includes the bar’s bartenders.
After that, the list goes through several stages of refinement.
First they look at who is coming.
Does he/she like the music?
Does he or she like the dancing?
Does it look like the place is fun?
They do a lot of research and work to make sure they have the right people in mind.
Once that list is complete, they have to find the right DJ.
Sometimes that means they ask the owners of the clubs and ask for feedback.
If the owners are not available, the DJ will be put on a waiting list and the next step is to find someone else to perform.
When they find someone who can bring out the best in a dancer, they bring him/her to the club for a few nights of dancing.
If a DJ is a good fit, he/her gets to perform for the owner.
The owner gets to keep the money and the money stays in the club, but the DJ gets a new set of people who can make the experience more fun.
If there is no DJ, the dance club owner gets the money from the club and the DJ goes to work.
At some point, he or her will have to start paying rent and the club owner has to pay the bills.
The dance club is also on a tight timeline.
After two or three years, they decide to close and move on.
“Once you have a few years left in the calendar, it can become hard to keep people coming back,” says Michael Mathers, a dance club manager and owner in Atlanta.
The first dance club he opened was in 2010 in San Antonio, Texas.
The club was called the Texas Dancers and had about 40 dancers.
It had been a small club, so it was hard to get a lot people to show up.
After Mather and his team moved on to the next one in Austin, the dancers started showing up more frequently.
Now, he says, the Texas dancers are the main draw.
The dancers who go to dance clubs have to go out to parties, but they also have to show that they’re still a part of the community.
“When you get people coming out, you’re giving people something to talk about,” Mather says.
“That’s what people are talking about when they come to a club.”
So they’re more than just dancing, they’re also trying to have a good time and have fun.
The owners of some of the dance clubs I know say that when people see a good DJ, it’s because they are coming to see a great DJ.
And they’re going to enjoy the music.
“There’s no doubt in my mind that the dance community is in the best shape it’s ever been,” Maughs says.
When he started DJing, he was only going out with a friend to a nightclub in Seattle.
Now he’s been doing shows for about three years and has a good following.
He says his main goal is to help people find good music and make it feel good.
“It’s always the same thing: ‘I have to see if I can help out,'” Mather said.
“If I can, then I can go out and get more people.
And if I don’t, then it doesn’t really matter what I do, it’ll just go on as if I never did it.”
That’s a great story, and it’s one that the owners can tell.
“I’ve had good DJs come in from places like New York, and I’ve been able to take some good dancers and put them in places that aren’t as good,” Mearls said.
It seems like they’ve all got a great time and a great vibe, which is great for the dance scene.
I don�t think we can afford to lose that.
That’s what I’m hoping for as a club owner.
I’m trying to make it better than it is right now.
But sometimes there’s a price to pay.
Dance clubs can go broke.
Some of the venues I know that have been open for a long time have had to shut down because of the decline of the music industry.
If you look at what’s going on in other cities, that’s what’s happening, too.
When I was working at an outdoor dance music festival in Chicago, they were able to bring back all the shows from the previous