Misfits onstage at Max’s Kansas City, 1979

Misfits onstage at Max’s Kansas City, 1979

Lydia Lunch, Max’s Kansas City, photo Eugene Merinov, NYC, 1978
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New York Dolls, Creem Magazine, photo by Bob Gruen 1974

"Hobbies: The back room at Max’s. Avoiding Lou Reed there"

New York Dolls, Creem Magazine, photo by Bob Gruen 1974

"Hobbies: The back room at Max’s. Avoiding Lou Reed there"

Tom Verlaine and Patti Smith, photo by Anton Perich, Max’s Kansas City, circa 1970
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Television (with Richard Hell), flyer for a set of shows at Club 82, Max’s Kansas City and CBGBs, NYC 1975
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Television (with Richard Hell), flyer for a set of shows at Club 82, Max’s Kansas City and CBGBs, NYC 1975
Iggy Pop and Ron Asheton, at Max’s Kansas City New York, photo by Danny Fields 1973
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Iggy Pop and Ron Asheton, at Max’s Kansas City New York, photo by Danny Fields 1973

Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers - Pirate Love - Live at Max’s Kansas City (1979)

Suicide, at Max’s Kansas City, by Eugene Merinov 1978

Suicide, at Max’s Kansas City, by Eugene Merinov 1978

Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers at Max’s Kansas City, photo by Bob Gruen 1978
Iggy Pop, all stitched up after “the glass incident" at Max’s Kansas City July 1973

Iggy Pop, all stitched up after “the glass incident" at Max’s Kansas City July 1973

The Velvet Underground - Lonesome Cowboy Bill - Live at Max’s Kansas City (originally recorded in 1969)

Tom Verlaine and Patti Smith at Max’s Kansas City, photo by Anton Perich 1975.
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Tom Verlaine and Patti Smith at Max’s Kansas City, photo by Anton Perich 1975.

Iggy and the Stooges live at Max’s Kansas City, photo by Bob Gruen, NYC 1970.

Iggy and the Stooges live at Max’s Kansas City, photo by Bob Gruen, NYC 1970.

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'the bad old days…' punk shots by Chris Stein:

"this was Richards last show with the Heartbreakers at Max’s Kansas City 1976".

'the bad old days…' punk shots by Chris Stein:

"this was Richards last show with the Heartbreakers at Max’s Kansas City 1976".

Jerry Nolan and Johnny Thunders, backstage Max’s 1978.

Jerry Nolan and Johnny Thunders, backstage Max’s 1978.