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Creem Magazine, America’s only rock ‘n’ roll magazine, was founded in 1969 by Wayne State student Barry Kramer and Brit Tony Reray in a defeated building in Detroit’s Cass Corridor.
3729 Cass Ave. Detroit, Michigan
The MC5 pad in Ann Arbor was a hub for local rock bands and activists that were in Ann Arbor.
1510 Hill St. Ann Arbor, Michigan
Iggy Pop and his band the Stooges got started in this home. It was a hot spot in the local Ann Arbor music scene.
1324 Forest Court Ann Arbor, Michigan
Punk rock emerged in the mid-1970s from an underground Manhattan club called CBGB.
315 Bowery, Manhattan NY
The Kilby Girl: Utah’s Local Music PersonaLearn more about who the "Kilby Girl" is, and about Kilby Court the iconic, Utah venue where this group of fans got their name.
Learn more about who the “Kilby Girl” is, and about Kilby Court the iconic, Utah venue where this group of fans got their name.
Kilby Court, 741 South Kilby Court, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Death: The Pioneering Punk Band from Detroit Recorded in United Sound StudiosVisit United Sound Systems the location where Death recorded in Detroit
Learn about the pioneering punk-rock band Death a Detroit-based band that was formed in 1971, years before the first acts associated with the genre emerged or the genre reached popularity in the US.
5840 2nd Ave, Detroit, MI 48202