Tequila Twist ’72 ~ contributed by Bosco D’souza

Tequila Twist ~ 1972

Live music, great food, lots of booze and dancing were the hallmarks of the scene.  Shown here is ‘The Panthers’, a club band playing to a happy audience at a ‘mid-range’ nightclub in Karachi (in 1972).

According to former nightclub owner and entrepreneur, Tony Tufail, ‘Karachi would have gone on to become what Dubai later became if not for the ban.’*
*Nightclubs were closed down in April 1977

Note:
The Panthers were ~ Norman Braganza (lead and vocals), Fasahat Hussein (sitar, keyboard and tabla), Eric Fernandes (bass) and Ahsan Sajjad (drums and lead vocals) –

They formed in 1967

Information found on web

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