When Punk Met Glam at Max’s Kansas City

In the New York punk scene of the mid-Seventies, it was important to pick a side. “Some people were Max’s people, some were CBGB people,” explains transgender proto-punker Jayne (formerly Wayne) County.

Whereas East Village landmark CBGB famously launched the careers of the Ramones, Talking Heads and Television, Max’s – located roughly a mile uptown at 213 Park Avenue South – was home to

This article originally appeared on http://www.rollingstone.com: When Punk Met Glam at Max’s Kansas City

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