The Downtown Pop Underground: New York City and the Literary Punks, Renegade Artists, DIY Filmmakers, Mad Playwrights, and Rock 'n' Roll Glitter Queens Who Revolutionized Culture
by Kembrew McLeod Author
Take a wild ride through the cultural creativity and revolutionary energy that was brewing in a small neighborhood in downtown New York City during the 1960s and early 70s. Alternative artists, filmmakers, musicians, and performers created an interconnected network of creative communities that resulted in some of the biggest names of the era: Patti Smith, Andy Warhol, and Debbie Harry. This book tells the story of these communities and cultural impact they had on the entire country.
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