Sally•Can't•Dance - The Cramps

Sally•Can't•Dance - The Cramps

Tue · October 30, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$15.00 - $20.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Sally•Can't•Dance - The Ramones
Sally•Can't•Dance - The Ramones
In a time when everyone says New York City is dead, all the artists, outlaws, and anything fun has been forced to the outer boroughs, a group of friends and instigators have decided to come together to start a monthly rock ‘n’ roll party, Sally Can’t Dance. It’s a night to bring all the tribes together, dressed up and messed up, for decadence and debauchery on the dance floor. This is a place for fast kids and old pros, drag queens and young punks, glitter glam and doom.
Jonathan Toubin - DJ
Jonathan Toubin - DJ
American guitarist, DJ, and owner of the label New York Night Train. Based in Brooklyn, New York.
DJ Howie Pyro
DJ Howie Pyro
Howie Pyro (born Howard Kusten) on 28 June 1960 is a bass player. He is a founding member of both The Blessed and D Generation.

He was a DJ at Green Door parties. He is the host of Intoxica Radio with Howie Pyro, an internet radio show where he plays, "50's and 60's rock and roll, psycho surf, garage, rockabilly, hillbilly horrors, voodoo r & b, insane instrumentals, religious nuts, and teenage hell music." Pyro was also friends with Sid Vicious and was one of the last people to see the former Sex Pistols bassist alive, was there the night he died from a heroin overdose.
Beechwood
Beechwood
Beechwood is an original rock and roll group from NYC formed in 2012. Carrying the torch of such infamous bands like The Stooges, MC5, and the New York Dolls, Beechwood's music stems from a tradition originated in good ol' fashioned juvenile delinquency. The trio consists of Gordon Lawrence, Isa Tineo, and Andy Manzanares. Lawrence plays and sings with a mix of the sensitivity of artists such as Alex Chilton or Elliott Smith, with the visceral aggressiveness of the Raw Power-era Stooges. Tineo matches Lawrence's style, playing drums with a style that often leaves hands bloodied and drum heads dismembered. And bassist Manzanares the quiet one of the group, leaves people in awe over the authority he demonstrates over his instrument, all the while wondering whether he's a boy or a girl.
Eugene Hutzagova (Gogol Bordello)
Eugene Hutzagova (Gogol Bordello)
Frontman of the Gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello
Jesse Malin
Jesse Malin
Already a veteran of the NYC hardcore scene by the time he was a teenager, Jesse Malin first rose to fame with the influential punk band D Generation, a group Rolling Stone called "the best thing to happen to New York noise in the Nineties." Malin traded in his electric for an acoustic in 2002, though, shedding his skin and embarking on an acclaimed solo career with his Ryan Adams-produced debut, ‘The Fine Art of Self Destruction.’ Hailed by Uncut as “an instant classic,” the record was stripped-down, raw, and intimate, earning comparisons to Neil Young and Tom Waits for its ragged, poetic beauty. In the decade-and-a-half that followed, Malin would go on to blur the lines between singer-songwriter and punk rocker with a string of similarly celebrated solo albums, including his most recent back-to-back releases, ‘Outsiders’ and ‘New York Before The War.’ Malin has recorded with Bruce Springsteen and Green Day, performed on The Tonight Show, Conan, and Letterman, and shared stages with everyone from The Replacements and The Hold Steady to Bob Weir and The Gaslight Anthem. A prolific writer and relentless road warrior, he continues to circle the globe with his band and is currently completing work on his seventh studio album, a collaboration with American roots icon Lucinda Williams.
Jack Terricloth
Jack Terricloth
Lead singer for NYC circus punks The World / Inferno Friendship Society.
Daddy Long Legs
Daddy Long Legs
Daddy Long Legs (born as Michael Bowe in Long Island, New York) quit Bloodhound Gang - a band he founded with Jimmy Pop - after their first major release (Bloodhound Gang - Use Your Fingers). Together with M.S.G. (2) (also a former Bloodhound Gang member) he formed Wolfpac.
Robert Gordon
Robert Gordon
American rockabilly (revival) musician.
Born : March 29, 1947 in Bethesda, Maryland.

Worked, among others, with Link Wray.
Miss Guy (Toilet Boys)
Miss Guy (Toilet Boys)
Miss Guy is best known as a cutting-edge songwriter and solo artist, as the lead singer of Toilet Boys, and as “a pioneer in the DJ world” (Marc Spitz/Spin) as one of the first Open Format DJs. Born in Southern California, Miss Guy grew up in the Rock scene of New York City with mentors including Deborah Harry and Boy George.
Michael T. (Michael T. and the Vanities)
Michael T. (Michael T. and the Vanities)
Michael T. from the Vanities.
Stu Spasm
Stu Spasm
Stu Spasm of the Art Gray Noizz Quartet
Mike Edison
Mike Edison
Mike Edison from Raunch Hands & High Times Magazine
Sam Quartin
Sam Quartin
Sam Quartin of the Bobby Lees
Ian Wilson of Isolation Society
Ian Wilson of Isolation Society
Ian from the band Isolation Society.
Lynne Von Pang (The Carvels NYC)
Lynne Von Pang (The Carvels NYC)
If the Ramones and the Ronettes had children and Lou Reed was the nanny, they would grow up to be The Carvels NYC...leather lungs and hearts of gold
The Bobby Lees
The Bobby Lees
"Pitchforks. Runaway Kids. Insane Asylum Alumni.
The Bobby Lees are a Punk Blues band from the woods of upstate NY.
An alternative to digital stimulation and anti-depressants, their raw and unapologetic energy will surely make you feel alive!"
Cait O'Riordan
Cait O'Riordan
Associated acts The Pogues, The Nips, The Radiators, Elvis Costello

Caitlín "Cait" O'Riordan is a Nigerian-born British musician of Irish and Scottish descent.[ She played bass guitar for the British-Irish punk/folk band The Pogues from 1983 to 1986. She later played with Elvis Costello from 1986 to 2002, and has been a part of as several other projects including her newest side project Bitchface with Syd Straw of the Golden Palominos, Linda Pitmon of The Baseball Project and Karyn Kuhl of the Karyn Kuhl band.

Caitlín O'Riorda heard The Nips' song "Gabrielle" on the radio in 1979, and subsequently met future Pogues' frontman Shane MacGowan, who was working at Rocks Off Records, where she went to purchase the record.

In 1982, she was invited by MacGowan to join his newly forming band Pogue Mahone. She appeared on the group's first two albums, Red Roses for Me and Rum Sodomy & the Lash, the EP Poguetry in Motion, and several early singles, before leaving in 1986. Besides playing bass, she provided vocals for "I'm a Man You Don't Meet Every Day" on Rum Sodomy & the Lash,[3] and for "Haunted" on the soundtrack to Alex Cox's film Sid and Nancy. The Pogues' most commercially successful song, "Fairytale of New York" from If I Should Fall from Grace with God, was written as a duet for O'Riordan and MacGowan, O'Riordan and Elvis Costello are mentioned in the lyrics to "Fiesta" from If I Should Fall from Grace with God.

In 1983, she became the singer in Darryl Hunt's jazz band Pride of the Cross. During her time with Pride of the Cross, she sang lead on their only single, "Tommy's Blue Valentine".

She acted in the 1987 Alex Cox film, Straight to Hell, as the singing dancehall girl Slim McMahon, and also in the 1988 Frank Deasy film The Courier.

O'Riordan became involved with Elvis Costello in 1985, while he was producing the Pogues' album Rum Sodomy & the Lash;[they married on 17 May 1986. She left The Pogues later that year to join Costello on his King of America tour. She co-wrote the track "Lovable" from that album, and wrote, co-wrote, and appeared on songs on Costello's subsequent albums Blood & Chocolate, Spike and Mighty Like a Rose.

In 2004, she joined Pogues' guitarist Phil Chevron's re-united band The Radiators; that year she toured with the Pogues for the first time in 18 years. She left the Radiators and was replaced in February 2006 by Jesse Booth, and went on to form a band of divorcées named PreNup with Hothouse Flowers guitarist Fiachna Ó Braonáin.

Cait went to College and received a degree in Psychology.

She was a guest at Shane MacGowan's 60th Birthday Concert in 2018 with a host of superstars that included Nick Cave, Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream, Glen Hansard, Camille O’Sullivan, Johnny Depp, Cerys Matthews, Carl Barat of The Libertines, Lisa O’Neill, Finbar Furey, whenyoung, Glen Matlock of The Sex Pistols, Clem Burke of Blondie, Jesse Malin, Spider Stacy, Jem Finer and Terry Woods of The Pogues, Bono, Imelda May and Sinead O'Connor.
Venue Information:
Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/