April 19, 2021

When a birthday party in the Bronx became the birthplace of Hip Hop

In the Bronx in 1967 the 18-storey and 102-unit apartment building on 1520 Sedgwick Avenue stood finished. Located in the Morris Heights neighborhood and overlooking the […]
January 25, 2021

An old movie theatre in New York becomes “The Church of Rock and Roll”

The Fillmore East music venue opened in 1968, in a building built for cinema and theatre. Built in 1926, the theatre on 105 Second Avenue had […]
December 9, 2020

U2 kicks of their American dream, underneath a DC Freeway

In October of 1980, U2 releases their debut album ‘Boy’. To months later, the band is already in the United States, for a handful of support […]
November 12, 2020

A magical place in Soho – where, for a time, everyone played

Some places are meant for greater things. The Marquee Club is one of them! In 1958 Harold Pendleton opened the doors to his new club at […]
August 5, 2020

A gig at an old hotel in Seattle, pays for the gas to take Nirvana to LA to record Nevermind

It’s spring time in Seattle of 1991, and Nirvana has a new drummer, his name is Dave Grohl, and for the last six month since his […]