I'm not holding your coat : my bruises-and-all memoir of punk rock rebellion
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From Catholic school girl to glam maniac to organiser of classic early 1980s East Coast hardcore shows, Nancy Barile made her place behind the boards and right in the front row as SSD, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Dead Kennedys, and Black Flag wrote new rules. In the dangerous early years of punk, she rebelled, fighting for fair space as she found her purpose.
ContentsA conversation with Ian Mackaye
Intro to jukebox
Surviving high school
Working hard in Harrisburg
Punking it up in the big city
Black Flag, S.O.A. & the Kensington brawl
Punk fest and the Anti-Pasti drama
Bad Brains, Black Flag, and The big takeover
Bombed at a Dead Kennedys show
I meet my match
Welcome to Boston, the KKK and my baby far away
A Philly punk moves to Boston
I'm not holding your coat
The Ghetto Riders & a hit-and-run: a night at Buff Hall.
Punk rock music -- 1981-1990 -- Anecdotes.
Punk culture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 1981-1990.
Punk culture -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- 1981-1990.
Punk rock music -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 1981-1990.
Punk rock music -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- 1981-1990.
Rock music -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 1981-1990.
Rock music -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- 1981-1990.
|Publisher|| New York, New York :2020
|Other Titles|| I am not holding your coat :
"Feat. a conversation w/ Ian Mackaye"--Cover.
189 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm