Bar Owner Turns to Patrons to Keep Music Playing

At T.T. Reynolds on main street in Fairfax City, the curtain might be falling for the final time on the tavern's stage, a longtime performance venue for local rock bands. According to this story in today's Fairfax Extra, the high price of the pending sale of the building that houses the bar has Jeremy Gifford nervous that the costs of a new lease may be out of reach. To that end he is looking to buy the building himself and to afford it, he hopes the fans and bands will help him out.

By Focus on Fairfax |  August 16, 2007; 12:13 PM ET  | Category:  Arts, Entertainment , Business
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