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When all is said and done, is anyone surprised that it was gay men and women who were the actual forefront of the CBGB/Max's Musical Revolution of the mid-to-late 70s?
Steve McAllister, one of CBGB's sound guys engineered what I'm beginning to think is a historic document. NOT because of me and my music, but, because Steve so perfectly and accurately captured the wondrous sound of the room... that room being frickin' CBGB!
7. The Gaslight Cafe 12. Starlight Park 8. Old Waldorf-Astoria Until 2007, this stable gave just about anyone the chance
Entering the mighty Guggenheim Museum on Fifth Avenue can be a spiritual experience for many of us, particularly when one is eagerly anticipating a riveting survey exhibition by Christopher Wool, an artist whose time has come.
Grint: I liked Halloween. It never used to be a big thing when I was kid. We never really did it. But I actually had a good
In light of this impending hoopla about 315 The Bowery, I thought we'd revisit a night at CBGB that ranks as one of the great Rock 'n' Roll Faux Pas Moments, perp-ed by yours truly... Here's the story...
Rupert Grint stars as The Dead Boys' guitarist Cheetah Chrome in "CBGB," a new film about the famed New York rock club that
The film "CBGB" brings the look, sound, and hopefully not smell of the iconic NY punk scene to life. Rupert Grint of "Harry Potter" fame plays punk Cheetah Chrome - and he joins us along with director Randall Miller.
A well known nightclub on Bowery Street in New York City is making a come back. Not back on Bowery; this time on the big screen.
Get More: Movie Trailers, Movies Blog Ron Weasley is all grown up and baring his butt. Rupert Grint, who played Weasley in
Frank Zappa taught us "you are what you is." Former high-school and college jocks oft fall prey to the corresponding ravages of time as do their ex- rocker counterparts.
"CBGB," a movie about one of New York's most legendary venues, has a new trailer. In it, Alan Rickman stars as overall-clad
Brooklyn shouldn't get too comfy with its current cool status; it's just a matter of time before the borough suffers a backlash as well, and the cool hunters go in search of the next big thing.
Here's another excerpt from my eBook on Rhino, My Life in the Ghost of Planets - The Story of a CBGB Almost-Was. It's doozy, too... in which my band, The Planets, is initiated into the brave new world of CBGB in the early Spring of 1975.
Here's the true unsung story about one of the origins of the Punk/New Wave look...
Yes, I know turning them down was raw lunacy, but I had the secret knowledge, as I listened to Danny, Ray and Ig work me, that The Planets were gonna be signed by Warner Bros. My band, my songs.
Looking back, it was an undeniably fertile creative moment in New York City. Things were coalescing and I was in the thick of it.
The bikers just went happily berserk. Booing, screaming, howling, cursing, laughing, flipping birds, throwing empty beer cans... Poor T'winks, in front of everyone, the bar owner walked up and let them know that the Bands-From-NYC experiment was over.