In preparation for our upcoming interview with music business visionary, Danny Fields, we checked out the recent documentary, Danny Says, which chronicles Danny’s career in working with some of the most quintessential music groups in the history of rock and roll. Directed by Brendan Toller, the film recounts some memorable stories behind such groups as The Velvet Underground, Nico, The Doors, Iggy Pop, MC5, and The Ramones. The film is out now in select theaters, On Demand, Amazon Video, and iTunes.
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The innovator of the painting machine and video art, New York based Artist, Anton Perich, chats with Heidi Calvert about his journey from Croatia to Paris to New York, The Seventies, Underground Film, Art, Andy Warhol, Max’s Kansas City, Studio 54, and what it was like being young and free in the mecca of art and pop culture during one of it’s most important times in history, before technology took over.
Here we are… 2016, and the launch of the art blog, TheChelseaTribe.com, the rapid-fire, manifestation of Bobby Carlton and Shane Hirschman, following decades of being immersed in creative, visionary circles throughout the world, but specifically L.A. and N.Y.C.
The Chelsea Tribe seeks to present various counter-culture ideas and expose some up-and-coming artists, while also sharing wisdom from some of the more pioneering icons from music, street art, fine art, fashion, technology, politics, and generally everything that should be on your radar, but maybe isn’t.
With a lifetime of unbelievable stories and triumphant moments in working with some of the most legendary musicians & artists, The Chelsea Tribe plans to have exclusive interviews, meaningful partnerships, and unique merchandise, all on display in one digital destination.
On a final note, before we start posting the meat of the site, feel free to contact us here, with any suggestions or inquiries.