Lorne Behrman
with Frida Kill, How Tragic
The Bowery Electric
Wed February 28 @ 7:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
$10.00 Buy Tickets


Lorne Behrman

“Edgy, wiry, sidewalk-stylish CBGB-flavoured punk from ex-Dimestore Haloes, Lower
East Side stand-up guy Behrman. Reminiscent of Hell-era Heartbreakers, laden with Big
Apple hooks, Lure licks, and cooler-than-thou languor, what’s not to like? 8/10 - Classic
Rock Magazine

“Perfectly keeps the ‘70s NY Max’s Kansas City vibe alive here in 2024.” - DJ Alex
Kish, Shake Some Action, WFMU

"To say Lorne Behrman is a rock and roll lifer might be an understatement. The
bighearted guitar rocker has not only played in the shadows of the NYC CBGB punk
ethos but has also spent decades collaborating and playing with numerous bands,
grinding out ferocious guitar leads and gritty vocals.” - Glide Magazine “
“…bags of style and attitude…soulful ballads balance nicely against Thunders-isms” -
Viva La Rock

“Real blood and guts rock and roll that bleeds with soul and redemption.” – Jesse Malin

“The words throughout the album reflect the street poetry of greats like Lou Reed,
Richard Hell, and Television. Musically, the tracks have stark and fluid guitar,
reminiscent of The Stooges’ James Williamson, Johnny Thunders, and Lou Reed.” - New
Noise Magazine

“…a certified rocker and unabashedly honest about the personal pitfalls he’s encountered
along the way.” Goldmine Magazine

“If you miss any of the ‘70s NYC punk, this should pique your interest.” - Razorcake

“… he takes the magic of records like Lou Reed’s New York and updates it for a modern
audience.” - Misplaced Straws

“…reverberates echoes of early 1970s punk” - Metronome

“…an extraordinary guitarist in the punk world for decades, proves himself to be an
equally exceptional songwriter,” Faster and Louder

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