"Harold, what would the scene have been like without you and your bands? Certainly not as good as it was. Isn't it a crying shame that things like that had to change? Come back to us and make it all right again, please!"
Harold, what would the scene have been like without you and your bands? Certainly not as good as it was. Isn't it a crying shame that things like that had to change? Come back to us and make it all right again, please!
HAROLD YOU ROCK! What a great surprise! is there any video of any of this this i could find on YouTube? I thought of you today, I walked by Max's just now! I stood on the street and tried to imagine walking in and having a steak!
Hi Harold, I posted your event for the max's reunion, tell me if you want to do your own and i'll delete? all you have to do it add event. i just copied and pasted from facebook, but it would be better coming from you. is there any video of you? if you'd like, love to have the pictures from your FB page posted, if you haven't already, like all you need is another social network. ha. but this is going to be big, we're using as a fundraising tool.
Thanks for joining, hopefully we'll meet one day
"Thanks so much for Manny Fox's name. The meeting took place at his apt/office. You are quite right about the short time it took to get over the attitude, which produced added respect for Sid Bernstein and Kurt Cerf. I think…"
"Kathryn, the Broadway people you are referring
to included the co-promotor of the Festival, Manny Fox. His co-producer was Sid Bernstein, famous for presenting The Beatles at Shea Stadium. I was hired to book the entire Festival and they left me to…"
"Bob Gibson suggested I go to NYC to check out the organization of the festival. Upshot was first doing Eastern advertising --- Greenwich to Boston with paper, etc. Then performer/producer "intervention" after listening to the 4…"
"1968--1971, paid $75 a month, for my top floor walk-up (6th floor/88 steps), tub in kitchen & WC in the hall, at 107 Thompson Street, between Prince & Spring. The businesses on either side were Mary Fanelli's candy store &…"
Happy Traum at the Gerdes Folk City 50th Reunion 6/7/10 "Buckets Of Rain" and talks about Dylan
"BRING BACK THEM GOOD OLD DAYS!" ~ Comments from our members!
Lisi Tribble about Gerdes Folk City: "Jay Byrd was the last hooter- Dustin Hoffman based his character "Hawk" in Ishtar on him. Enamel the Camel. The Roches. Rick Danko. David Massengill. George Gerdes. Eric Andersen. Mark Johnson. Gregory Fleeman. Jack Hardy. Robin Williamson. Tret Fure. Ferron. Sammy Walker. Lach. . .--Anderson,
Bob Dylan was also below age when he first played there. Mike signed his guardianship forms."
"I loved it when the Village was still like a small community, a town within Manhattan, and mostly "regulars" would hang out.....I always felt so welcome there... Bring back them old days!"
"This website is gonna catch on fire. Great idea! When I get to something other than an iPhone I'll upload some pix and stuff. I'll be keeping tabs...I Think this kind of organized exposure for the artists willing to perform is Great. going to blossom"
~Bob Porco (grandson of Mike)
"Thanks so much for putting this whole thing together, and for inviting me to participate. I have such wonderful memories of the Bitter End and all the other coffee houses: Gerde's Folk City, The Gaslight Cafe... saw so many wonderful artists perform."