The 4th Floor.
Page inspired by the book "DIRTY DAYS True New York City Bar and Rock Stories" by NYC bouncer and mu
Operating as usual
The 4th Floor.
Amazon is having a flash holiday sale on Dirty Days $10 for hardcover if anybody is interested. Here is link. Normally $35. Happy Thanksgiving all! https://www.amazon.com/Dirty-Days-True-York-Stories/dp/1087929482
Dirty Days: True New York City Bar And Rock Stories
A little before my time. I wished I saw a show there. The Fillmore East.
Classic old school Times Square shot!
Old school Times Square shot.
A clip from Chapter 11 DIRTY DAYS “Fleet Week Bleecker Street 1991”. Page 91. It is when two guys were posing as Marines to tell people they were in the Gulf to impress girls and got found out by some real Navy guys.
Hey all this is Halli here is Motörhead -RIP Lemmy thank you for the fun and the memories ! Good fkn night to all !
, Ace Of Spades 40th anniversary deluxe editions : https://motorhead.lnk.to/AOS40ID Official video for ‘Ace Of Spades...
Show World corner of 42nd street and 8th Ave. Where evert tri-state teenage Hooligan wound up sooner or later. That’s looks exactly like the day chapter 2 Saint Patrick’s Day Times Square 1979 took place. Except everyone was in crazy Saint Patrick hats and stuff.
I’m being asked by company to promote and do pages for book. Next week I'm going to close this page. I can not for the fu***ng life of me figure out how I can let people post on here. It is very frustrating. I've gotten advice but it doesn't seem to work. I didn't get into Rock N' Roll to be a computer programer he he. I'm opening another page and going to start from scratch. If there is a nuclear scientist who can help a lowly singer and rag writer figure this out how I can let people post on here I will be very appreciative. I love the old school New York City stuff as well as a lot of other people. This is not life altering or helping world peace it is just clean fun we are wanting to have. When I get the other one running where people can post stuff I will shut this one. It is no fun being the only one able to post. It sucks. Halli can post but I am afraid of her he he. No I'm not she is my friend who wants to knock my teeth out because I can't grasp this s**t. This is entertainment and not to be taken serious. My tone is sarcastic. If any of my friend s from The Rock N Roll cafe page or Back Fence Page can tell me how others can post on their page I would drink a bottle of whisky and set a fire! I did the settings things for people to post but it is hexed by the devil himself. I am laughing as I write this because it is probably the biggest bunch of nonsense that no cares about ever to come down the pike. Summer is coming and I hope we all are outside at shows bashing into each other and chugging drinks! To more Dirty Days ahead and beyond! Kev
Hello peeps this is Halli , please share with us the bands you like so we can post stuff about it ! Also please pre order the book and have fun ! All true ! Re- live or go trough the journey of these special eras of NYC ! Cheers ! Kevin might come here soon ! C-ya !
I listened to this album all the time as a teen Madison Square Garden was alive that night.
In the 1980’s and 90’s there was an artist who would set up on Bleecker Street usually by the Back Fence or Kennys Castaways. His name was Charles Dougherty. He would draw on the spot what you wanted. I belong to the Back Fence group page and someone posted one of Charlie’s work. This is The Back Fence and Kenny’s Castaway’s drawn by Charlie Dougherty in 80’s or 90’s. I watched this guy draw for years back then. A total Greenwich Village icon.
As a teenager I use to love going to Yankee Stadium in late 70’s early 80’s to see Reggie with my Yankee fan buddies. Even though I was a Mets fan.
Three Card Monty Game in Times Square 1979. Photo NY Times.
Please let us know if you can or not post your own stuff here . Thanks .
Heloo peeps .. this is Hally one of the administrators in this page , can you share with us the bands you like ?
Phoebe Snow at Rock n Roll Cafe Bleecker street late 1980s.
Village Legends Marc West on bass And Steve Schoenbach on drums at Kenny’s Castaways on Bleecker Street in the late 1980’s. Sorry to the two other guys I don’t know there names but they are legends too.
Times Square early 1970’s.
New York City legendary comic Otto Peterson. Better know as Otto and George. He went from a Times Square Street performer in the 70’s to The Letterman Show. He’s a Dirty Days character. And was a good friend of mine!
Want heavy ? Here we go ! Enjoy
Been having technical difficulties to let people post on here. This week I’m getting help. For technical stuff. I want people to be able to post stuff here. Have a good Saturday meanwhile here is a picture of the last Jets game at Shea Stadium before they went to Meadowlands.
Been having technical difficulties to let people post on here. This week I’m getting help. For technical stuff. I want people to be able to post stuff here. Have a good Saturday meanwhile here is a picture of the last Jets game at Shea Stadium 12/10/83 before they went to Meadowlands. A mob tore the place apart. Some Dirty Days Hooligans are in the shot going after the goal post.
KISS Tour 1996 Support Act Laminate. The 4th Floor 12/28/29/30/31. New York City's KISS! New York City's 4th Floor.
DIRTY DAYS - New York City 1970s, 80s, 90s True Rock and Bar Stories updated their business hours.
https://www.nytimes.com/2005/07/24/nyregion/new-york-ink-cardboard-for-a-canvas-and-the-sidewalk-as-a-gallery.html?fbclid=IwAR0l6RiEwND1G3LnIMzizSgXvaPCBuDQqIEBNzV-cogtShRnxZnDXv9tEqc A story about a Bleecker Street artist and Green Village icon Charlie Dougherty. He drew almost every day out on the street.
ON most pleasant nights between 8 and 11, a wiry man stands on Bleecker Street near the Avenue of the Americas beside a neat array of images on cardboard propped on the sidewalk. Detailed, miniature illustrations of the buildings surrounding the spot make up a modest imaginary world rendered in Shar...
The 4th Floor - A Bleecker street band and regulars of the 1990's. Their album cover front and back "We're All Good People Except The Jerkoffs".
Stock Times Square photo for the 1970's. Show World the corner of 42nd Street and 8th avenue.
The Greenwich Village and Bleecker Street Legend Peter May aka The Dude.
Peter (L) Kevin (R) of The 4th Floor at Tramps in NYC 1995.
Get your copy at now !
New York, NY
Be the first to know and let us send you an email when DIRTY DAYS - New York City 1970s, 80s, 90s True Rock and Bar Stories posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.
Send a message to DIRTY DAYS - New York City 1970s, 80s, 90s True Rock and Bar Stories:
American Museum of Natural HistoryCentral Park W
Schomburg Center for Research in Black CulturMalcolm X Boulevard
Ground Zero Museum Workshop: Images & ArtifacW 14th Street
Museum Team at Brooklyn Children's MuseumBrooklyn Avenue
Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & GardenE 61 Street Street