Pat Ivers and Emily Armstrong reveal how they filmed at punk’s many crazy venues while surviving down gallery wine and cheese.
Just about any evening amongst the mid ’70s and very early ’80s—sometimes a lot more than once—Pat Ivers and Emily Armstrong lugged tv movie digital digital cameras and equipment that is lighting Lower Manhattan. They caught a huge selection of shows from bands whom defined the period: think Dead Boys, speaking minds, Blondie, Richard Hell, Bad Brains. Pat and Emily’s films became treasures that are underground cherished because of the bands they shot while the scene children whom crowded into community pubs to view Nightclubbing, their cable access show. Between shoots, CBGB’s owner Hilly Kristal clumsily set they spent a night in jail with Keith Haring and David Wojnarowicz up them up with dates, a Dead Kennedy crashed on Pat’s couch, and. Continue reading “From Iggy Pop to Blondie: meet up with the females whom reported CBGBs royalty in ’70s New York”