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The Talking Heads performing (1977).

17 Awesome Photos That Captured CBGB's Iconic 1970s Punk Scene

Talking Heads, 1977 This was their first weekend as a foursome at CBGB’s, after adding Jerry Harrison, before they started recording the LP “Talking Heads: by David Godlis

stiv bators

Dead Boys vocalist Stiv Bators with CBGB owner Hilly Kristal’s trusty dog Jonathan, 1977

Picture this: rock stars at New York’s punk mecca CBGB – in pictures

In New York in the the club CBGB was synonymous with punk – and David Godlis was there to capture it all on his Leica. Check out his iconic shots of everyone from Debbie Harry and Patti Smith to Ramones

Robert Johnson

Robert Jonhson - did he really meet the devil at a crossroad in Mississippi? One of the most influential musicians in history.he's known as the father of both "the blues" and "rock and roll.

Talking Heads Dream Operator

Addicted to Talking Heads lately. Mr Bryne is super sexy even today- with all white hair! I recommend my favorite album, "The Name of This Band is Talking Heads (Live)" !

Really like the closed in feel and how everything isn't parallel to each other

Founded on the Bowery in New York City by Hilly Kristal in CBGB was originally intended to feature its namesake musical styles, but became a forum for American punk and new wave bands.

The Patti Smith Band, CBGB, 1977.

Picture this: rock stars at New York’s punk mecca CBGB – in pictures

The Patti Smith Band, 1977 Picture this: rock stars at New York’s punk mecca CBGB – in pictures

Ramones CBGBs 1977

David Godlis is raising funds for CBGB Punk Photos by GODLIS / The BOOK on Kickstarter! To publish a Limited Edition High Quality Photography Book of my best pictures of NYC's Punk scene on the Bowery at CBGB's

Willie Dixon, Big Joe Williams and Memphis Slim

Blues greats Willie Dixon, Big Joe Williams and Memphis Slim on a Chicago street, mid

Mark, Leicester Square 1981.

Credit: Derek Ridgers Mark, Leicester Square, 1981 London Youth by Derek Ridgers

T-shirt Keith Richards wore on tour in 1975

T-shirt Keith Richards wore on tour in 1975

T-shirt worn by Keith Richards back in the times when the Stones were young. Features the slogan “Who the fuck is Mick Jagger?” this design not only looks cool but is also a piece of rock history!

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