The Hotel Washington was a building in Madison, Wisconsin , built at the end of the 19th century. It was an important cultural center in south central Wisconsin and served as a destination and important venue for members of the LGBT community from Wisconsin and northern Illinois, until its destruction by fire on February 18, The Club de Wash in the complex hosted many well-known musical acts over its history, and served as a hub of central Wisconsin's live music community. After Rodney Scheel's death in ,   his brother, Greg Scheel, continued to operate the Hotel Washington with no break in continuity.
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