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ALLAN PEPPER REFLECTS ON THE BOTTOM LINE’S LEGACY & MORE

Located at 15 West 4th St., The Bottom Line was a prominent music venue
opened by Allan Pepper and Stanley Snadowsky in February 1974.
Bruce Springsteen played there on the Born To Run tour,
among other gigs. Lou Reed recorded his Live: Take No Prisoners
album there. Harry Chapin chose to play there for his celebrated 2,000th
concert. Prince, Hall & Oates, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, The Ramones,
Miles Davis, Billy Joel, Peter Gabriel and Cheech & Chong are among the
other legends that played at The Bottom Line. Read more here

 

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