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Max’s Mention: Vanity Fair

Max’s Mention: Vanity Fair

The New York 70s rock scene that saw the rise of Lou Reed, the New York Dolls, David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Television, the Ramones, and Blondie began as an intoxicating mix of drag-queen theater, British “glam rock,” and a hard-core rebellion against uninspiring contemporary radio.

Lisa Robinson recaptures the amped-up, sequin-studded, punk-powered explosion she experienced at the Mercer Arts Center, Max’s Kansas City, and CBGB’s.

Read the rest of “The Rise of New York’s 70s Rock Scene” HERE