The owner and employees of a well-known New Jersey rock ‘n’ roll club said the band Great White failed to tell them they would use pyrotechnics for a concert there a week before a deadly blaze at the band’s Rhode Island show. “We just did them and we did not have any advance notice,” said Domenic Santana, owner of the Stone Pony, the storied Asbury Park nightclub. “Our stage manager didn’t even know it until it was done. My sound man freaked out because of the heat and everything, and they jeopardized the health and the safety of our patrons.”
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