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From the mid-1960s to the early '80s, Max's Kansas City was an artists haven that welcomed Andy Warhol, writer William S. Burroughs and musicians like the New York Dolls and Madonna. As part of this week's series on New York's bygone concert halls and nightclubs, we look back at Max's, its legendary back room and its generous bar tabs. We talk with Steven Kasher, gallery owner and editor of the photo book Max’s Kansas City: Art, Glamour, Rock and Roll.

 

Main: Vanished Venues. All this week, Soundcheck revisits great concert halls and nightclubs from New York music history. Today, we kick off our series with a look at Max’s Kansas City and The Bottom Line. We’ll talk with guests who knew these clubs well, including Wall Street Journal music critic Jim Fusilli. and we’ll open the phones to hear your memories of these two great venues.

Today's Playlist:

1. "I'm Waiting For The Man" - Velvet Underground

2. "Search and Destroy" - The Stooges

3. "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" - Bruce Springsteen

4. "Personality Crisis" - New York Dolls

5. "This Is What You're Like" - Sarah Kirkland Snider & Shara Worden