“Then we got here, and I realized everything I’d been missing,” he said, happily hoisting a drink. Berru, who’s 55 and lives in the Inland Empire, said Fan Halen played a couple of shows on Zoom. “But there’s a level of ceremony involved when you’re trying to recreate something like this,” he said of his act. “This is my first time back at this club, and there’s so many people I want to see. “I was a resident DJ when this place opened,” said Lee Wells, a fixture on the L.A. tech-house scene since 2011.
Source: Los Angeles Times June 21, 2021 15:02 UTC