A shooting outside Chicago nightclub Sound Bar last Friday resulting in the death of one of the club’s bouncers has forced the venue closed, local news reports.
A notice was taped on the door yesterday morning by the police superintendent, ordering the venue closed. Writes local CBS affiliate, “Police say the club is a public safety threat because last Friday’s shooting was connected to employees and patrons.”
A 28-year-old bouncer, Thurman Bailey, was killed; another man, only identified as a “58-year-old man associated with the club,” was also wounded.
Bailey’s mother said her son was shot by someone who was turned away at the door.
Shows this weekend with Say My Name and Arty were relocated after the club voluntarily closed out of respect to Bailey.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Chicago Nightclub Sound Bar Forced To Close After Fatal Shooting Last Week