Sally•Can't•Dance - The Ramones + Jeremy & The Harlequins
Alexander Orange Drink (So So Glos), Paul Bearer (Sheer Terror), Walter Lure (Johnny Thunders and The Heartbreakers), Mickey Leigh's Mutated Music, Michael T. (Michael T. and the Vanities), Mick Stitch (LES Stitches), Gordon Lawerence (Beechwood), Cristoph (Crazy & The Brains), Mikey Smokes (Newborns), Tall Juan, Lynne Von Pang (The Carvels NYC), Dina Regine, Steve Krebs, Bosco Delrey, Miss Guy (Toilet Boys), Jill Fiore
Thu · December 27, 2018
Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pmBowery Electric
$10.00 - $15.00
Tickets at the Door
This event is 21 and overhttps://www.theboweryelectric.com/event/1792603/
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.
Jeremy & The Harlequins
In today’s musical landscape inundated by cheap hooks and overproduced studio tricks, Jeremy & The Harlequins are here to keep the fire and spirit of rock’n’roll alive. That’s something the New York five-piece have been doing since forming just a few short years ago, both with their debut album American Dreamer (2015) and its follow-up Into The Night (2016). They’re continuing this approach with their third album in three years, entitled Remember This, which they started writing at home in New York, immediately after the recording of Into The Night.
Paul Bearer (Sheer Terror)
American hardcore punk vocalist.
Walter Lure (Johnny Thunders and The Heartbreakers)
If you've never lived in NY, you might not be that hip to the WALDOS, but just fifteen or so years ago, they were one of the most entertaining and authentic in-person rocknroll bands on the planet. This aging flash-city-rebel can still vividly recall when a Waldos performance was a big event, something to look forward to, when all the Babylonian cognoscenti were packed sardine tight with bozo-red lips abuzz with talk of Johnny sightings (shooting up in the girls restroom) and whether or not Thunders or Keef or somebody were supposed to show up later. It used to be fun.
Mickey Leigh's Mutated Music
Mitchel Lee Hyman, best known by his stage name Mickey Leigh, is an American musician and writer and is the brother of Joey Ramone.
Michael T. (Michael T. and the Vanities)
Michael T. from the Vanities.
Mick Stitch (LES Stitches)
Frontman for famous New York punk band LES Stitches.
Gordon Lawerence (Beechwood)
Gordon Lawerence is the guitarist and vocalist for NYC's Beechwood. Beechwood is a NYC rock & roll group whose authenticity, youth, energy, and unpredictability is unmatched in today's music world.
Whether it's 'Punk', 'Garage, 'Rock' or whatever, one thing is for sure. Argentinian born/Far Rockaway transplant Tall Juan has managed to evade labels and put out songs that only a Latin Elvis inspired by the Ramones could deliver. Short, fast, and packed with Attitude. Tall Juan's lyrics are autobiographical nuggets about everything from drug addiction, the perils of dating, to living in Queens
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
Bosco Delrey, producer and purveyor of experimental pop and rock n roll, was discovered in 2009 by the superproducer Diplo who released his first Memphis recorded LP on the Mad Decent imprint.
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.
New York, NY, 10003
New York, NY, 10003