Dramarama Sept 6 at The Underscore NYC
Alternative rock legends Dramarama return to The Underscore on 1733 First Ave (btwn 89+90th St) on Thursday night September 6 at 7pm.
Special guests Jennings, Jimmys Ring, and Dream Driver
The Dramarama legacy started back in 1982 in Wayne, NJ. In the dozen years that followed the band released over ten albums which included several Billboard top 10 hit singles like "What Are We Gonna Do" and "Work For Food",as well as cult classic anthems like "Scenario" and "Anything Anything (I'll Give You)". "Anything, Anything" remains one of the most requested songs in
alternative rock radio history and still receives regular airplay today. Members of The New York Dolls, Tom Petty's Heartbreakers, and The Rolling Stones have
also recorded in the studio on some Dramarama tunes. The drummer of Blondie was also part of Dramarama for their 1993 Hi-Fi Sci Fi album which was Dramarama's last full length release before they disbanded in 1994.
Dramarama formally reunited in 2003 after being featured on VH1's Bands Reunited television show. An article in Rolling Stone magazine and a large scale appearance at KROQ FM's annual Inland Invasion festival concert (attended by more than 78,000 fans) soon followed. After touring nationally,Dramarama released their new studio gem "Everybody Dies" on October 25,2005. Dramarama is currently based in California. Their last NYC show was July 14, 2006 at The Underscore which was sold out.
1733 First Ave
Manhattan, NY 10128
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|