Mother Lode West Hollywood, one of the oldest gay bars in the heart of WeHo’s LGBT Rainbow District, is celebrating their 43-year anniversary at 8944 Santa Monica Boulevard on Tuesday, September 27, 2022.
“Celebrate our 43 year legacy on September 27th,” reads a post on the bar’s official social media. “We are so happy to be able to be part of the lgbtq+ community for so long. Mother Lode has been a recognizable staple for the City of West Hollywood and the gay community world wide. Come celebrate our birthday.”
Dance music artist, Kristine W will celebrate Mother Lode’s 43-year anniversary with a release of her new song. She will perform her new single ‘Can’t Look Back” on Tuesday, September 27th, at 11pm.
Mother Lode will serve drink specials by Casa Amigos. That Tuesday night will be XXX Tuesdays, turning the bar in a Studio 54 themed party for one-night-only to celebrate Mother Lode’s 43rd birthday.
Mother Lode West Hollywood was established in 1979.
Kristine Elizabeth Weitz, widely known by her stage name Kristine W, is widely known as a dance music artist. Born and raised in Pasco, Washington, she found early success competing in pageants and talent contests, winning Miss Washington and a preliminary swimsuit award as well as a NFT award in the Miss America pageant. Kristine W is now one of the most popular dance club artists of all time, with 17 #1s to date on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. She is currently listed among Billboard’s 8 Greatest of All Time Top Dance Club Artists, and she was ranked number three in Billboard’s Top Dance Artists of the Decade. She is especially popular in the gay community and is an outspoken supporter of LGBT rights, frequently performing at pride rallies and charity events for pro-LGBT organizations throughout the U.S.
“Feel What You Want”, marks the singer’s first of 17 #1s on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. Kristine W is also tied for third place with Beyoncé for the most consecutive #1 hits with nine. In addition, her album The Power of Music is one of only three albums in the history of the chart to produce at least seven No. 1s from one album (Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream  also had seven, and Rihanna’s Anti  had eight).