Ex-CRO-MAGS, MISFITS Members Remember CBGB

The August edition of the Atlas Plugged, a monthly web zine/industry newsletter published by The Music Resource Group, will feature a special section honoring CBGB, the classic New York City venue set to close on September 30. The article will feature first-hand memories of the legendary club by several musicians, fans and industry veterans. Confirmed participants include former MISFITS guitarist Bobby Steele, former CRO-MAGS bassist Harley Flanagan and Jersey Beat editor/publisher Jim Testa.

The Atlas Plugged newsletter reaches 89,000 online readers each month. The Music Resource Group also publishes the top-selling industry guide The Musician's Atlas and coordinates the annual Independent Music Awards competition. The Music Resource Group has also opened the door to the music world at large for their contributions to this story. Bands, fans and friends of CBGB are welcome to submit their memories (100-500 words) for the Atlas Plugged no later than Monday, August 14.

For more information, contact Atlas Plugged Senior Editor Joel Gausten at [email protected] Archive issues of the Atlas Plugged are available at this location.


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