I went over to Loca Luna to check out The Soul Train Line Flash Mob. This was the brain child of Soul artist Anthony David with the help of Jay Carter of Sol-Fusion . This event was one of many Soul Train Line tributes that happened across America. It was our way of saying thank you to Soul Train creator and host Don Cornelius , who past away on February 1st . When I got there people were trickling in trying to figure out if they missed the event , patrons at Loca Luna were getting nervous as the were seeing folks come in with their costumes and afro wigs on. Dj Loweki was getting the crowd in the spirit of Soul Train with his cool selection of old school music, and a quick spontaneous Soul Train line popped up . Then Jay Carter got on the mic and gave the instuctions for the Soul Train line, and it started with a cha cha line that went through Loca Luna out to the parking lot and got everybody caught up in the spirit of the Soul Train Line. It was a beautiful site to see all people , Black , White, Asian, Latino all dancing together. We needed a couple of scramble boards to really set it off. Then after the line ended everybody came inside to listen to the sounds of The 6:30 Band , those boys were nice. But it was a very good event I wish it was a little warmer . But I’ll bet my last money it was a stone gas honey . Offering everyone LOVE PEACE AND SOUL !!!!! RIP Don Corneilus . Now enough of me lets see the pics.


John Crooms
“Everybody’s Favorite Photographer”

John is a cultivator in the Garden with an eye for the events in the Atlanta area. You can see even MORE of his captures from this event and many more by clicking on the banner below. We have upcoming events on the calendar page here on the site BUT WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU ABOUT THE COOL ONES  IN YOUR AREA!!!!. We are also looking for captures of events throughout the Diaspora! If you have them lets share them!

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