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Monday, May 18, 2015

Danny Says: A Documentary Film About Punk’s Godfather

The New York City music scene of the 1970s exploded with bands whose impact is still felt today: Lou Reed, Patti Smith, The Ramones, and Iggy and the Stooges, to name a few. If you weave in the influence of Andy Warhol’s Factory and the ever-present drug scene, it’s more than surprising that anyone who was in the midst of it could remember the highlights, the lowlights, the truth and the fiction of those seminal moments in music history. Not only did Danny Fields live through those moments, he was responsible for many of them.

For the full story of Danny Fields and the documentary Danny Says, check out Danny Says: A Documentary Film About Punk’s Godfather at


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