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Atlantic Club
Atlantic Club in the 70ies and 80ies
The Atlantic Club in the 70's and 80's
Atlantic Club is the first name under which I know this pub. I have a special relation to the Atlantic Club because I lived my first 14 years in an appartment above it. My grandfather was the owner of the building, since the end of the 80's my fahter is the owner. 
When I went to bed when I was young I heard the music of the juke-box and sometimes some guys shouting or singing. And I got to know my favorite band on this way: Queen. I remember the juke-box playing "Anotherone bites the dust" many times a night at the end of the 70's! And I loved it!

After a renovation at the end of the 80's the Atlantic was known as "Musikpub Claude". Some years later (I think at the beginning of the 90's, sometimes around the closure of the hab) it was "Atlantic Club" again but only for 1 or 2 years. Then it became the "Musikkneipe Brezel". After about 2 years it was closed again for more than 2 years. 
From spring 1998 to spring 2005 the "Atlantic Club" was open as "Cheyenne Railstation" playing Country-songs and Oldies.

The "Atlantic Club" in 2005: 

Today, the Atlantic Club is reopened as 'Luckie Luke' in a typical Saloon style.
They play a lot of live music. So, if you are around, drop in!!!

The Saloon 'Luckie Luke' today. Looks different, not only on the outside!!!
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