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NAJM Music Billboard Dance Music Summit - Closing Night Party at Webster Hall

Well it seems as though the best venue was saved for last. I'm talking about New York City's Webster Hall, which is by far the largest clubbing complex I have ever seen with its multiple dance halls spread throughout its cavernous walls.

The evening was kicked off by a warm performance by Sandy B who is best known for her club anthem "Let The World Go 'Round". Next up was Taana Gardner. She performed the extended version of her biggest hit "Heartbeat".

After our lovely divas left the stage, the electronica / trance group Chicane brought life to the gobs of gear cluttering the stage. Chicane performed an extended set of tracks that seemed to really fit the trance overtones of the evening. The only complaint of the evening was that they did not perform a recognizable version of their only hit to date, "Don't Give Up". Yes we can understand why Bryan Adams might have been hard to bring to the stage himself, but with the large projection screens present, they could have played a video track along with the band.

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The DJ's du jour were MTV's DJ Skribble, Dave Ralph, Richie Santana, Alex Gold, and Swedish Egil who covered their basses throughout the mammoth club.
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Sandy B

Sandy B

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Taana Gardner

Chicane Vocalist

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Chicane

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Closing Night at Webster Hall

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Check out Night #1 - Club New York!

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Check out Night #2 - A Night at Centro Fly

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