By New York Natives Staff

In a rare conversation with Anthony Bourdain, 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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