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Streets Of NY

Hang out, enjoy the city and the night out.


Presented by Jerome Blues

Streets Of NY

Hang out, enjoy the city and the night out.


In the US summer of 1977 both Time and Newsweek wrote favorable lead stories on the “punk/new wave” movement. Acts associated with the movement received little or no radio airplay or music industry support. Small scenes developed in major cities. Continuing into the next year, public support remained limited to select elements of the artistic, bohemian and intellectual population

The use of synthesizers by new wave acts influenced the development of house music in the New York clubs –

Max’s Kansas City (213 Park Ave. S) …
CBGB (315 Bowery) …
Fillmore East (105 Second Ave.) …
Electric Circus (19-25 St. Mark’s Place) …
Coney Island High (15 St. Mark’s Place) …
Danceteria (30 West 21st St.) …
Paradise Garage (84 King St.) …
Studio 54 (254 West 54th St.)
Wetlands Preserve (161 Hudson Street)
The Knitting Factory (74 Leonard St.)
The Limelight (47 West 20th St.)
Bond International Casino (1530 Broadway)
The Palladium (126 East 14th St.)
The Ritz (125 East 11th St.)
The Academy (234 West 43rd St.)
The Bottom Line (15 West 4th St.)
Mudd Club (77 White St.)
Brownies (169 Avenue A)
Southpaw (125 Fifth Ave. in Brooklyn)

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Tuesday

17:00 02:00

Friday

17:00 23:00