Die-hard New York Dolls revel in their trashy past

ORIGINALLY POSTED ON STRAIGHT.COM, AUG. 25, 2005 By Steve Newton Looking back, 1973 was a wicked fuckin' year for American guitar-rock albums. It saw the release of Alice Cooper's Billion Dollar Babies, Blue Oyster Cult's Tyranny and Mutation, Johnny Winter's Still Alive and Well, and the debuts by Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Montrose, and the New York … Continue reading Die-hard New York Dolls revel in their trashy past

The Black Halos are back in black

ORIGINALLY POSTED ON STRAIGHT.COM, SEPT. 1, 2005 THERE COULDN'T BE a more appropriate local group opening for the New York Dolls at the Commodore tonight (September 1) than the Black Halos. The hard-rocking quintet performed twice-once at the now-defunct Ms. T's, then again at the Pic Pub-as a Dolls tribute band under the name the New … Continue reading The Black Halos are back in black