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Summary
  • AKA: The Warlocks
    The Falling Spikes
  • Type: Band
  • Hometown: New York, NY
  • Active: 1965 - 1973
  • Number of gigs played: 5
  • Number of other acts played with: 5
Sceneroller, The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed, Angus MacLise, John Cale, Sterling Morrison, Maureen Tucker, Doug Yule, Walter Powers, Willie "Loco" Alexander
Members
Member of
Performed with them
Worked with them
  • Clover
  • The Velvet Underground


    1965 - 1970, August 23 (Sun)
    Vocals, Electric Guitar

    1965, April - 1971, August 21 (Sat)
    Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Guitars

    1965, April - 1968, September
    Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Guitars, Electric viola

    1965, April - 1965, November
    Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Guitars, Electric viola, Percussion Instruments

    1965, December - 1971, December
    Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Guitars, Electric viola, Percussion Instruments, Drums

    1968 - 1973
    Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Guitars, Electric viola, Percussion Instruments, Drums

    1970, November 19 (Thu) - 1971, November 21 (Sun)
    Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Guitars, Electric viola, Percussion Instruments, Drums

    1971 - 1971, November 21 (Sun)
    Vocals, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Guitars, Electric viola, Percussion Instruments, Drums, Keyboards
  • Maya
  • The Myddle Class
  • The SRC
  • The 40 Fingers
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About This Act

From Wikipedia:

The Velvet Underground was an American rock band from New York City, active between 1964 and 1973. Formed by singer/guitaristLou Reed, multi-instrumentalist John Cale, guitarist Sterling Morrison, and drummer Angus Maclise (who was replaced by Maureen Tucker in 1965), the group was briefly managed by the pop artist Andy Warhol, and served as the house band at the Factory and Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable events from 1966 to 1967. The provocative subject matter, musical experimentation, and oftennihilistic attitudes explored in their music would prove influential in the development of punk rock and alternative music.

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