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New York Dolls To Rock Historic Punk Venue


04/06/2009
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(Noble) Following the announcement of the highly anticipated Todd Rundgren produced new studio album 'Cause I Sez So', released in the UK on Monday 4th May, the New York Dolls have announced a rare London concert at the legendary historic punk venue, The 100 Club on Thursday 14th May.

The 100 Club has promoted live music on the same premises since 1942. Originally a restaurant called Mack's, the venue has gone on to become one of the most historical concert venues in Europe. The venue's heritage is legendary and has seen performances from acts as diverse as the Sex Pistols, Muddy Waters, the Rolling Stones and the White Stripes.

In 1976 the 100 Club was host to the first ever Punk festival. Seen for the first time in London, on the 100 Club stage were the Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Damned, Siouxsie & the Banshees the Buzzcocks the Vibrators and Subway Sect.

Tickets for the 100 Club show, which will accommodate an audience of 400, go on sale Tuesday 7th April at 9am. Tickets, priced at 20.00, will be available on a first come, first serve basis and can be ordered from www.seetickets.com and 08700 603 777.



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