Max's Kansas City

New York, USA


Marina Yurcheva

Iconic New York club of the 1960-70s but not as wild as Studio 54. It still had many artistic patrons – musicians, poets, artists and sculptors. It was the glam rock spot frequented by David Bowie, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop, whileThe Velvet Underground had a gig there weekly. In 1970, Andy Warhol rent a private room in the club where he chilled with his Factory crowd. In 1973, artistic folks moved to a different place but in 1975 the club's stage saw The Ramones, Patty Smith and Green Cafe and rocked again. Now, the building is taken by the Green Cafe.


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