WOMEN’S WEDNESDAYS AT TRACKS 531 WEST 19TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY OPEN 1985-EARLY 1990s (NOW SHADOW STUDIOS, PICTURED) “Tracks NYC, a sister club of Tracks DC, opened in New York in 1985, at 531 W. 19th street at West Street. It dared to open at the beginning of the AIDS crisis as an alternative to The Saint. It found a niche in New York after Michael Fesco, (from the Flamingo) was brought in to run the club. It was open seven nights a week and stayed open 24 hours a day on the weekends, from Friday night to Monday morning. David DePino came in from the Paradise Garage to develop a huge Tuesday and (later) Friday night following. Danny Krivit, Michael Jorba, Nao Nakamura, Warren Gluck, Steve Fabus, Mark D' Aleo, Terry Sherman, and David Anthony played regularly on the crowded weekends. Tracks NYC closed in the early 1990s.” (Tracks Facebook Page)

WOMEN’S WEDNESDAYS AT TRACKS 531 WEST 19TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY OPEN 1985-EARLY 1990s (NOW SHADOW STUDIOS, PICTURED) “Tracks NYC, a sister club of Tracks DC, opened in New York in 1985, at 531 W. 19th street at West Street. It dared to open at the beginning of the AIDS crisis as an alternative to The Saint. It found a niche in New York after Michael Fesco, (from the Flamingo) was brought in to run the club. It was open seven nights a week and stayed open 24 hours a day on the weekends, from Friday night to Monday morning. David DePino came in from the Paradise Garage to develop a huge Tuesday and (later) Friday night following. Danny Krivit, Michael Jorba, Nao Nakamura, Warren Gluck, Steve Fabus, Mark D' Aleo, Terry Sherman, and David Anthony played regularly on the crowded weekends. Tracks NYC closed in the early 1990s.” (Tracks Facebook Page)