Punk Jukebox in The Kettle of Fish, Greenwich Village, New York.
Above Photo: US Punk Band the Dead Boys’ Young Loud and Snotty Album cover – one of my earliest Punk records, and a band I saw in Liverpool in 1978.
Whenever I go to New York, my favourite place to drink Wild Turkey and ginger is the Kettle of Fish, on Christopher Street in Greenwich Village.
Blurred optics – and I’m not talking about the bottles.
In my choice of the Kettle of Fish, I’m not alone, and far more illustrious company has also sought it out over the decades, including Jack Kerouac, Andy Warhol and Bob Dylan.
Peter Alan Lloyd with Byron Bishop in the Kettle of Fish, Greenwich Village, New York.
Full article and photos here: http://www.bombedoutpunk.com/bombed-out/overseas/getting-pissed-to-punk-in-the-kettle-of-fish-greenwich-village-new-york/
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