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    That is a great article. I remember Leo's Casino. Thank you Lakeside.

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    The pictures are excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    The pictures are excellent!
    Thanks Marv. As soon as I saw the article today, I thought it might be of interest to several on the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakeside View Post
    Thanks Marv. As soon as I saw the article today, I thought it might be of interest to several on the forum.
    It should be of interest to just about everyone on the forum if they took the time to check it out. We always here about the Apollo, the Uptown and the Howard theaters as being a part of the "Chitlin' Circuit", but so was Leo's Casino! Everyone who was some one back in the day played there. Reminds me of Idlewild in Michigan, it often gets over looked in the history of black music.

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    A little more information.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcUW-QysuYA

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    Thank you so much Lakeside!

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    August 67 ....
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    Blue-eyed soulster Wayne Cochran was a top draw there too .... AND .. Motowners Willie Tyler & Lester played the place .....
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