By New York Natives Staff

In a rare conversation with Anthony Bourdain, featuring never before seen photos exclusive to New York Natives, Harley Flanagan shares his incredible experiences in the limelight of the music and arts scene of the Lower East Side as a young kid. It was New York City in the 1970s.

From Ginsburg to The Beastie Boys, Warhol to Blondie, Max’s Kansas City and the Stimulators, it is a time that is fully captured in Flanagan’s upcoming memoir “Life of My Own” out this September.

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