Brian Delaney, drummer for pioneering punk rock band the NEW YORK DOLLS, recently sat down for an interview with Holland's Toazted.com. Brian tells of how the surviving members of the band reunited and how the fallen members will never be forgotten, how it feels to see younger faces in the crowd among the many generations of people at the shows and much more. Watch this video interview at this location.As previously reported, NEW YORK DOLLS will hit the road this November, headlining Little Steven's Underground Garage Tour. The DOLLS, who recently marked their return after an extended hiatus with the critically acclaimed album "One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This", will crisscross the country from November 6 through December 2, bringing out THE SUPERSUCKERS in support. This tour will mark the first full headlining tour the band has done in over 30 years. This is a tour surely not to be missed, as the band will be hitting markets they have never played before. THE NEW YORK DOLLS consists of original members David Johansen (vocals) and Sylvain Sylvain (guitar) with Steve Conte (guitar), Sami Yaffa (bass), Brian Delaney (drums) and Brian Koonin (piano).
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