Blondie, Ramones, Dolls: Luke Haines’s verdict on New York in the ’70s

Digital Spy

This year, Luke Haines completes the third chapter in his recent concept trilogy with New York in the ’70s, described by its author as a “mythic re-imagining of the New York Rock n Roll scene 1972-1979”.

It swiftly follows 2011’s 9½ Psychedelic Meditations on British Wrestling of the 1970s and Early ’80s and last year’s Rock and Roll Animals (“I’m getting off on work at the moment,” Haines admits).

Read the full article at Digital Spy

Published by Mayer Nissim

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