Calling all Punks!
Mon Cherie & Alcove Gallery (Decatur, GA)
have come together
to bring you...
HOKEY POKEY!A new style of Event.
$15 Advance/ $20 at the door Brings you:
.: Food, Crafts Films and the Music your loved from the 80's.:
.: Reconnect with old friends.:
.: Let your Children Dance and Play together.:
Seating is limited. Advanced Tickets will be going on sale soon.
Don't Miss out on the Experience
For more info http://www.myspace.com/hokeypookey_atl
I always felt distant from the 80's. I couldn't relate to thin white guys with skinny black ties and it just seemed like people worked too hard to be thought of as different.
Chris Wood once told me that I was one of his biggest influences to which I replied "that is one of the cruelest things anyone has ever said to me". Chris wasn't a bad guy, just worked to hard to be different.
I sat in with the opening act during the Sex Pistols show at the music hall and it was closer to a circus than a music performance. I met those guys back stage and wasn't impressed with them on or off stage but had a respect for Malcolm McLaren. He was Colonel Tom Parker without the cigar or talent to back but he did perpertrate a scam and I'm all for that which is why I really dig the current gov't bailout.
I did enjoy the article and it made me pull out the unreleased movie of the Sex Pistols assault on America called "DOA" which incorporates their appearance at the music hall and a portion of my performance as well.
nazi is as nazi does.
The Great Jefferey Lee Pierec at the Gun Club Haloween Night October 1981 at the 688
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