A decade since the last lusty notes stroked the irreverent, iconic Georgetown music hall, tales and echoes linger. Metro Teleproductions Inc. has gathered them in full and has begun post-production on an 80-minute documentary titled The Bayou: DC’s Killer Joint.
From murder to redemption, from jazz to rock and roll, from striptease to Kiss, from Mister T to misadventure, from business-as-usual to anything-goes, the documentary, like The Bayou itself, will arouse the senses.
Over ten years since the gritty, iconic Georgetown jazz club-turned-rock hall was sold and razed and the K Street waterfront changed, its embers still glow. MTI, in conjunction with the Potomac River Jazz Club, seeks financial contributions to help fund the estimable cost of producing the documentary. Because of the PRJC’s 501(c) (3) status, any such contributions are fully tax-deductible. Come on in, you won’t be turned away. Anyone with anecdotes or recollections (offbeat or otherwise) of The Bayou can nourish the narrative. You can never overfeed a ghost.
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