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In the late 1970s, The Fleshtones earned a local following and played often in Manhattan at CBGB and Max's Kansas City.
There's a bar along with the museum whose facade, incidentally, is fashioned after that of New York's erstwhile CBGB club where the Ramones got their first big break and which was New York's original and iconic punk rock club.
Layered with carefully orchestrated instrumentals and quirky lyrics, Talking Heads' music made for legendary shows in New York's iconic CBGB.
Since becoming a fixture at the Bowery club CBGB in the late 1970s, as the lead singer and songwriter for art-rock experimentalists Talking Heads, Byrne has grown into one of music's most tireless polymaths.
Watchmen star Malin Ackerman - soon to play Debbie Harry in a New York nightclub movie called CBGB - enjoys herself as Rolling Stone writer turned Jaxx's love interest, Constance Sack.
Not-Jewish Alan Rickman will play Jewish Hilly Kristal in the new CBGB movie.
The former CBGB Gallery space at 313 Bowery has hit the sublease market, but it isn't available to just anyone.
My musical journey has led me to venues such as Joe's Pub, CBGB, CBGB's Gallery, Zinc Bar, Trumpets, Cecil's, Smoke, The Cutting Room, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Town Hall, Symphony Space, and Central Park's Summer Stage.
Perhaps Stein's most fertile period was when he talent-spotted acts from New York's legendary CBGB club - including The Ramones.
Wouldn't it be great to act out, using Bogosian's precise and evocative language, the whacked-out glee of roaming among the pimps, pushers, and performance artists of CBGB, Mudd Club and Max's Kansas City?
The Strokes were rich kids faking their way through some CBGB revival fantasy while Vampire Weekend wears its privilege without shame.
1979 On their third record, New York's original hipster band moved away from the art-house punk stylings of their formative CBGB years, experimenting with more complex African-influenced beats.
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