In the late 80s, the artist Garry Hayes brought a couple of lucky kids to the happiest place on earth: a legendary Minneapolis bar called the Gay 90s.
The lyrics to Pete Seeger‘s Turn Turn Turn come from the Book of Ecclesiastes. In 1965, The Byrds version of the song topped the charts.
The Young Dogs, a poetry club that performed at the University of Chicago Reynold’s Club Theater, welcomed odd musical groups, some of which later ended up on the stage of The Knitting Factory.
If any song can capture the beauty of NYC in the fall, it is Louie and Ella’s version of Autumn in New York. Continue reading Fall 2019 NYC
Bob Marley died in 1981, Peter Tosh in 1987, but their spirits remain strong, especially in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Flatbush.