See David Johansen of the New York Dolls’ Intimate Performance 7/5

Thursday, July 5
8:00pm

David Johansen hit it big in the early 1970s as song and songwriter of the New York Dolls. Hitting the Big Apple with proto-punk rock & roll, Johansen was lipstick laden and highly fashionable when on stage.
Throughout the years, Johansen has changed is sound to country blues and folk while still holding onto it 70’s rock and roll roots.
Taking musical influences from the late 60s and early 70s, the Liza Colby sound is keeping the British Invasion alive. Liza Colby teamed up with the Roth Brothers in late 2009 to create a dynamic band using their love for Ray Charles, Syreeta Wright, the Kinks, and the Black Keys as a modern day influences.
The Roth Brothers share rare talent. Adam Roth who has been playing guitar in NYC since the late 70s is the composer for the TV series, “Rescue Me.” C.P. Roth has toured and recorded with Ozzy Osbourne, Blessid Union, and Suzanne Vega. Bass player Alec Morton jumps around playing gigs in NYC with a range of bands.

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