Monday, January 16


Wikipedia - "The Palladium (originally called the Academy of Music was a concert hall (and later a nightclub) in New York City. It was located on the south side of East 14th Street, between Irving Place and Third Avenue. ... Thousands of bands played shows at the Palladium, including many UK punk and new wave acts who made their New York debuts there, including The Clash, The Boomtown Rats, The Fall, Graham Parker & The Rumour, Rockpile, U2, The Undertones and Roxy Music. American punk bands The Ramones, Blondie, and The Cramps also played there in the late seventies. ... New York proto-punk musicians, The Patti Smith Group, John Cale, and Television, all played there at a show on New Year's Eve 1976. ..."
Ephemeral New York: A 1960s downtown rock club with an 1860s name
'People Loved It Loud': Rockers Recall Academy of Music and Palladium