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January 14, 2008

LG Concannon's new home

LG Concannon, the former managing partner of Mosaic Lounge in Power Plant Live, will become the new managing partner of Sky Lounge Tango Tapas in Federal Hill.

Sky Lounge (1041 Marshall St.) will be closed until Friday, when it will reopen with a large party, Concannon said.

Most of Concannon's staff from Mosaic will join him at Sky Lounge.

Co-owner John Hargrave will step out of the daily management and turn the reins over to Concannon.

Sky Lounge's new lineup will feature resident DJs such as Adam Auburn and fewer of the guest DJs Concannon booked at Mosaic.

"It's the kind of place that takes me back to what I was doing when I was running Sonar on Canton Square -- a place where people can feel at home and come three or four nights a week and have a home-away-from-home spot," Concannon said.

(Photo by Matthew Paul D'Agostino/Special to The Sun) 

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 11:47 AM | | Comments (6)
Categories: Bars & Clubs, Local music


That is a great place for LG and the Sonic Soul crew. Can't wait to check it out.

Thanks for the heads up - we'll be there on Friday!

This is great news... Congrats to LG and crew on your new home.

Great. Here's another decent venue that LG will run into the ground.

Striped shirt massif and fourteen dollar martinis.

BTW, this sounds like the same business plan that failed at Mosaic with less headlining talent. Obviously that means less capital spent on booking, but does it equate to more heads in the bar?

At least they'll get a decent amount of yuppie foot traffic.

I remember the good old days of Sonar in Canton Square, hopefully Sky will pick up where Sonar left off. Best of luck John.

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