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The trailer for CBGB has been posted. As we mentioned yesterday, the film is set in the club at the height of it's influence. We first reported about the beginnings of the project…
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Sire Records founder to speak, CBGB film to premiere at festival
The upcoming CBGB Music and Film Festival has announced that Sire Records founder Seymour Stein will be speaking at the upcoming New York City-based event. It will take place on October 9-13 and will feature more that 500 artists in over 175 venues in Brooklyn and Manhattan. The event will also host more than 125 speakers and 100 films for a…
August 05, 2013
Fun Fun Fun Fest with Descendents, Quicksand, FLAG, Blake Schwarzenbach,
Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest has announced the lineup for the 2013 run of the festival. Some notable participants include: MGMT, The Walkmen, Television, Deerhunter,…
July 10, 2013
New York Magazine on the state of modern punk
New York Magazine has put togther an article and some statistics about what they describe as the modern state of punk rock, at least based on a survey of self-identified punks. Some notable - and probably not surprising - statistics tell that…
April 29, 2013
CBGBs recreated in Savannah, Georgia for upcoming film
Vanishing New York has collected some shots of the recreation of the legendary CBGB club being built on a Savannah, Georgia soundstage for the upcoming film about the venue and the influential music scene that developed around it.…
July 03, 2012
Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters) to play Iggy Pop in CBGB movie
Taylor Hawkins, drummer for rock act Foo Fighters, will be portraying Iggy Pop in the upcoming feature film CBGB . The film will be directed by Randall Miller, and will focus on the '70s heyday of the legendary, eponymous New York City…
June 06, 2012
CBGB company files for bankruptcy
The company holding the name to the legendary CBGB club has filed for bankruptcy. Though the club itself shut down in late 2006, the name was purchased by a company that wanted to continue selling the venues' memorabilia and T-shirts. The club was first launched in…
June 14, 2010
Tom Verlaine's 81, 82 full lengths to be reissued
Collectors' Choice Music has announced plans to reissue the second and third albums from Television guitarist Tom Verlaine. The label will put out new versions of 1981's Dreamtime and 1982's Words From The Front, both of which were originally released on Warner Bros. Records. The expanded editions of the full lengths will feature new liner notes by Jason Gross, editor of…
July 22, 2008
Ten punk rock "guitar gods" with Lou Reed, Johnny Thunders, Mick Jones, Billy Zoom, Johnny Ramone
Ultimate Guitar has put together a feature covering what they describe as "Punk Rock's 10 Mightiest Guitar Gods." The list mostly focuses on the so-called golden age of punk, with many of the early CBGB and 70's/80's-era British acts well represented. The list includes the Velvet Underground, Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers, Patti…
July 11, 2008
Did RATM, Black Flag, Television, SDRE, Taking Back Sunday peak with their debuts?
The Onion's serious media companion, The AV Club has put together an interesting list of artists who never managed to top the acclaim and influence of their debut albums. Leading the list is Rage Against the Machine who single–handedly made rap/hardcore into a genre. The list makes some interesting assessments with a few classic CBGB acts in the list like…
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