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|Glenn O'Brien was in the middle of the Punk scene, writing a column for Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine. One night Glenn was a guest on a cable show If I Cant Dance You Can Keep Your Revolution. The next day he was approached by friends and strangers alike who had caught the show - so he started his own. His best pal Chris Stein, Blondie's guitarist, became co-host and Walter Steding, Warhol's painting assistant, became leader of the TV Party Orchestra. This was the premiere show. Regulars included Jean-Michel Basquiat, Fab Five Freddie, Deborah Harry, John Lurie and Tim Wright of DNA. Extras: John Lurie, David Walter McDermott, Kare Simon & Mick Jones of the Clash.|
Editor's NoteA premier venue throughout the 1970s for the punk rock bands who were just emerging at the time, Glenn O'Brien's cable access show TV PARTY set the scene of the era. The premiere episode features performances by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Fab Five Freddie, Deborah Harry, John Lurie and Tim Wright of DNA. O'Brien is also joined by his co-host, Blondie guitarist Chris Stein, while Andy Warhol's painting assistant, Walter Steding, leads the house band, the TV Party Orchestra.
Cast & Crew
|Amos Poe - Director|
|Andy Shernoff - Featuring|
|Danny Vinik - Producer|
|Fab Five Freddy - Featuring|
|Fred Schneider - Featuring|
|Glenn O'Brien - Producer|
|Robert Delford Brown - Featuring|