There’s a debate about what was the golden era of BCN. Was it ’68 to ’72, when announcers were turning people on to music?
RADIO DAYS: HOW BILL LICHTENSTEIN GOT THE BAND BACK TOGETHER FOR A CRITICAL HUB HISTORY DOC
"The belief was always that this told a story about social change and people speaking up for what is right. If it was just about Boston, it would have a limited appeal, so really from the beginning we looked at how ’BCN in fact had a much broader influence, and then we tried to tell that story."
DIRTY OLD BOSTON: THE RISE AND RAGE OF BOSTON PUNK IN THE ’70S, ON FILM
Most subterranean icons never got much recognition in their day, but there have been some consolations in the decades since, in part thanks to Boys From Nowhere: The Story of Boston’s Garage Punk Uprising.
Rob Potylo and the ‘Quiet D’ crew sue CBS