Title: CBGB: Decades of Graffiti
Authors: Salyers Christopher
D. , Richard hell
Publisher: Mark Batty
CBGB, the music club that helped define New York City’s punk scene is
little more than a bar, a stage and two bathrooms.
From 1973 to it’s demise in 2006, very little had changed about the
physical space, with one exception: the graffiti. The club had never
stopped its patrons from adding to the mosaics of ink and pencil that
literally covered every square inch of the club’s walls. As grimy and
layered with ink as they were, the walls contained the history of the
club, from the musicians on stage to the fans who barked back.
CBGB: Decades of Graffiti documents this
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Christopher D. Salyers' web site, Richard
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