Posted in music | pictures on September 13, 2010

words & photos by Benjamin Lozovsky

ZZ Top
ZZ Top

While many designers tagged trendier (see younger) performers to appear at their Fashion Week soirees, many of which happened the day before for Fashion's Night Out, John Varvatos and show curator/drummer Matt Sorum (Velvet Revolver, Guns N' Roses) stayed true to the spirit of the Bowery store located where CBGB once stood, picking a lineup that would make Wayne and Garth tremble with a lack of self worth (Mike Meyers sitting on the side of the stage with a giddy grin would seem to confirm that).

Alejandro Escovedo performed first on Saturday night (9/11), churning out garage crunch with no less than 4 guitarists blazing on the Varvatos store's small stage. Ian Hunter (lead singer of Mott the Hopple) followed and was joined by Escovedo for a performance of glam cornerstone anthem "All The Young Dudes."

To break up the boys club, former Runaways singer Cherie Currie, one of rock's more underappreciated female frontwomen, came on next. Currie performed "Cherry Bomb," the Runaways' ode to young female rebellion, with a still palpable sense of angst, proving at the same time you're never too old to stop flaunting sex appeal (and to fit into leather corsets).

The Darling Stilettos
Darling Stilettos

Taking a cue from the icon that preceded them, the night's youngest performers, The Darling Stilettos (think rock's answer to the Pussycat Dolls), danced and felt each other up in all the right places while screaming classic rock covers (and one original tune) like over-sexualized banshees.

There were new groups from established rockers as well. New York icon Jessie Malin performed with his latest musical collective The St. Marks Social, and recently formed rock super group Black Country Communion, consisting of former Deep Purple frontman/bassist Glenn Hughes, blues guitar god Joe Bonamassa, and prodigal son Jason Bonham (Led Zeppelin, Foreigner) gave a sneak preview of some of the heavy tracks from their upcoming self-titled debut.

After a brief pause, Los Angeles superstar cover band Camp Freddy settled in as the house band for the remainder of the show, welcoming on stage a revolving door of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alumni as the evening catapulted upward in intensity. Some played covers, like ZZ Top (who were in town to play two nights at Beacon Theatre) evoking the spirit of Hendrix with "Foxy Lady" and Perry Farrell aggressively launching into the audience during "Sympathy for the Devil." Others did their own songs, like MC5's outspoken guitarist Wayne Kramer urging the crowd on during "Kick Out the Jams" with help from Handsome Dick Manitoba, or Alice Cooper being diabolically stylish while performing "I'm 18" and "School's Out."

By the time Farrell ended the night with Jane's Addiction's "Mountain Song," the Varvatos store crowd had finally reached the feverish level of turbulence one would expect for such a night. In fact the performers throughout the night consistently displayed more energy than the predominantly younger audience. For an event full of aging rockers, it really just felt like a riotous gathering of all the young dudes.

The crowd was full of familiar faces as well. Chris Brown, Jimmy Kimmel, Rachael Ray, and Matt Pinfield were among those getting their picture taken on the red carpet and mingling with the fashioned-out crowd. Iggy Pop (who played Don Hill's the night before) and Robert Plant (who played Bowery Ballroom the next day) were nowhere in sight though. More pictures and some videos from the whole night below...

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John Varvatos

Alejandro Escovedo

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Jimmy Kimmel

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Cherrie Currie

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Jesse Malin

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Black Country Communion

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Camp Freddy

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Wayne Kramer and Handsome Dick Manitoba

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Alice Cooper

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Perry Farrell

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ZZ Top Covers 'Foxy Lady' at John Varvatos Anniversary Party

Alice Cooper Covers 'You Really Got Me' at John Varvatos Anniversary Party

Alice Cooper Does 'School's Out for Summer" at John Varvatos Anniversary Party

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Comments (81)

Anti punk

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:29 PM

LOL, LOL, LOL, this sounds freaking awful!!!

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:37 PM

I want to be inside of the Darling Stilettos. I dig the g/g action.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:38 PM

nitrous mafia!

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:41 PM

I like Varvatos's style in these pics, but I can approximate it for 1/10 the cost using regular brands and look just as cool.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:45 PM

Talk about desecrating hallowed ground!

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:46 PM

It is a forgiving world if Matt Pinfield is still involved in the music scene.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:47 PM

Old rockers wearing Hot Topic.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:48 PM

I'd like to take a shit in this asshole's punch bowl.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 1:57 PM

I am worried about our future.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:09 PM

Rock 'N'Roll Inc.: There's nothing we won't exploit to move over priced designer goods

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:13 PM

A rock party for out of touch rich people

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:13 PM

why worry for the future? this is clearly a cause for being ashamed of the past.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:14 PM

no reason to worry about the future... this is the past on display not the future.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:14 PM

2:14--agreed, but this type of display is exactly what happens just before Shit Hits the Fan.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:16 PM

In what world is jesse malin an icon??

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:26 PM

Take em all
Take em all
Put em up against the wall and shoot em
Short and tall
Watch em fall
Come on boys, take em all.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:28 PM

You know it's awesome when Miley Cyrus' brother is there......so f$#@in punk rock yo.

Posted by John Oatess | September 13, 2010 2:34 PM

Just what you'd expect from the 'Darling Stilettos'. Jimmy Kimmel didn't have to go to the strip club that night.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:45 PM

comments by those mad bc they know they were never get into something like this... Jealousy is ugly guys!

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:48 PM

so fucking lame. ha!

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:48 PM


I'll just sit and grin
The money will roll right in

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:57 PM

BEARDSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:58 PM

This makes the VMA's look good !

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 2:59 PM

@ 2:48. Ha! Jealous? That's a good one. That might be true for other posts, but this time I think the commenters are right to call bullshit on this garbage.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 3:41 PM

Top coat, Top hat,
And I don't worry cause my wallets fat.
Black shades, white gloves,
lookin' sharp, lookin' for love.
They come runnin' just as fast as they can
cause every girl is crazy 'bout a sharp dressed man.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 3:50 PM

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 3:54 PM

everybody looks so cool there. damn i wish i could be as cool as them.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 3:57 PM

Please add more photos. There aren't enough.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 4:18 PM

What time did Justin Bieber come on?

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 4:48 PM

For the people hating is that rock n roll is gone to shit, this is the Fall Out Boy generations talking shit about a group of people that changed rock n roll back in their day! like the other said they are just jealous they didnt got in, its a John Varvatos party you cant blame the guy just cause he has money, now you cant like a kind of music if you did something with your life!? The show was amazing and its impressive to see so many amazing musicians, performers, talent in one place. SO FUCK YOU HATERS! ill let you go back to your new ALL AMERICAN REJECTS records ;)

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 4:49 PM

ZZ top has beards reminiscent of hummus culture.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 4:53 PM

There is a lot of great new pop music for Example: Black Lips, King Kahn, Fucked Up that’s just three of the top of my head. Anyway you should hate the rich they hate you. If you can’t get in the party the party burn that shit down fuck the rich.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 5:07 PM

meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 5:21 PM

yawn

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 5:28 PM

To bad real people ... You know ... NOT supermodels or rich celebrities ... Could have attended ....

To be honest, it's insulting to everything that rock & roll and these artists supposedly stand for .... They should all be embarrassed ....

Posted by Brett Bickley | September 13, 2010 5:33 PM

It's not jealousy, it's more like disgust.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 5:37 PM

Anyone know why the Cycle Sluts From Hell changed their name to the Darling Stilettos?

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 5:54 PM

"just jealous they didnt got in"

Because rock and roll is all about privilege and shutting people out.

Posted by J | September 13, 2010 6:01 PM

very articulate 449. which member of darling stilettos are you?

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 6:08 PM

sooooo many douchebags and NO ONE thought to nail the front door shut and seal this off from the world?

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 6:42 PM

The show was awesome - flew in from San Francisco for it!

Thanks for a good time John,Glenn!

Posted by Shirean Harrison | September 13, 2010 6:52 PM

the place cant hold over 300 people everyone that tried got in, i got in without invite i just got there early stood in line. Cry babies need to shut up now i guy cant have a private party or makes him an ass, so next time you do your bday with a full open bar that you are paying for lets invite the whole world to your house if you have a band playing otherwise you are a stuck up bitch. You didnt got in cause you didnt try, you where rude, didnt know about it, or where to busy on fb to get off your ass

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 6:54 PM

i got in and all i had was $2.15 on my pocket for the subway ride to get there def not rich or connected all you had to do was go early before it packed

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 6:56 PM

i wonder how many people who talk shit about john varvatos on here shop at urban outfitters.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 9:09 PM

8=======D$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 9:33 PM

Matt Pinfield dressed to the nines as usual

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 10:45 PM

varvatos is trying too hard to be cool and it's not working. looks like he slept in those clothes.

Posted by Anonymous | September 13, 2010 11:07 PM

Boring,fake, self important little rock star kids.

I thought bad 80's metal went away. No it just recruited some vapid fashion kids who think tattoo sleeves make them special in the new LES.

Please take down the Jesus Lizard flyer before you tarnish it anymore.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 4:35 AM

yeah well obviously Varvatos made a living out if hes fashion sense rather than talking shit about peoples clothing and i dont think he tries to be cool i thin hes doing same shit we would all do if we where millionaires wish is book our favorite bands and throw a fucking party for our close friends. Shit talkers spend more time listening to rock music and supporting than putting down people that support the generation. At least hes not doing a 10th year anniversary with fall out boy and brittney spears

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 4:37 AM

Oh yes and freakin cheesy as hell. Celebrate fashion and get lost in your vain self.
So many sheep in NYC. The crowd just came from hot topic, urban idiotfitters, or a shop on ST. Marks.

Or you could listen to real music that doesn't resemble all the glam sad garbage from the 80's.
Like maybe some of the bands who originally played at the CBGB's.

Guess too much money makes some narcissistic people dumb.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 5:01 AM

fucking sellouts!

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 9:36 AM

most narcissistic people are already dumb even without money.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 10:39 AM

to those who actually think that people are hating on this event because they couldnt get in....

you are living in a fucking fantasy world.

wake the fuck up before you become a caricature of yourself, like the fucking fossils who performed at this event.

this had nothing to do with music. this was a masturbatory exercise. but without the climax.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 11:39 AM

Really no one would care at all if this wasn't the old CBGB space.

If his clothing store was anywhere else in the neighborhood and he had this same private show, no one would be upset.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 12:17 PM

Im sure your mothers where way cooler when young and now they suck cause they had to sell out to a 9 to 5 to support your dumb ass that still lives at home ;)

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 1:57 PM

For the guy that said they should get the real artist that played at CBGB's do your homework, THE RUNAWAYS, MC5, THE DICTATORS and many of the other artist on the bill where the people that played during 70's, 80's, 90's CBGB's era, learn and think before you talk

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 3:29 PM

um.... no, sorry..... THE RUNAWAYS, MC5 and THE DICTATORS did not play this Varvatos party. Cherrie Currie FROM the Runaways, Wayne Kramer FROM the MC% and Handsome DIck FROM the Dictators played. BIG difference if you are going to try and make a stupid point.

And of those three mentioned bands the only one that actually has any real history or connection with CBGB are the Dictators.

Sure the Runaways played there, but they were from California, so they were not part of the NYC punk scene and last played there in 1976, (as Cherrie Currie mentioned from the stage on Sat nite). The MC5 were from Michigan and pre-dated CBGB's by several years, breaking up before CBGB even opened.

As far as 'many of the other artists on the bill where (sic) the people who played during the CBGB era'..... not really. None of the other artists on the bill have any deep associations with the former club. Most never even played there ever.

SO it's YOU who need to learn a few things and think before you post anything.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 5:08 PM

I smeared some hummus on the amps just because.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 5:52 PM

NYC PUNK!!!? CBGS's was way more than that was just a punk joint was a rock n roll joint, if you are so punk rock why instead of being here talking smack about artist that do what they love , why dont you go to a punk show , shut up and put your own show together. Cause if you really say THE DICTATORS are the only ones with deep roots well Handsome Dick Manitoba seem damn thrilled to be there! People like you are why rock n roll has gone to shit lately cause spread the scene by spending more time criticizing what you dont like and not doing anything to change it, than expressing what you like. If you dont want to support dont take away it doesnt help anyone

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 6:08 PM

Everyone on here is being dumb good or bad everyone should just be happy for the people that where there, and the ones that werent happy theres some video. Rock n Roll is about good times not fighting with each other about whos more hardcore than the other we are all in it cause we love it some love to play the instruments, some love to hear them but we all love it for one reason or the other so lets support so we can have something good once again. <3

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 6:18 PM

John Varvatos spends his time buying rock and roll friends.

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 6:22 PM

I used to think I was bitter. Along came you fucks...

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 6:47 PM

and you spend your time trying to be more rock n roll than others

Posted by shelly | September 14, 2010 7:02 PM

hipster rage lol they must be mad they didnt hired MGMT or some williamsburg indie band for the show haha FLANNEL HATE MAFIA , meeting at H&M next week :D

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 7:15 PM

So much hate.. Like I said before.. Jealousy is ugly!! I am not rich nor a celebrity and I got in and had a great time... Say what you want about the price of his clothes.. But Varvatos actually kept the spirit alive of CBGB with the way he put the store together.. He actually kept it from being another bank.. Glenn Hughes was amazing and Alice Cooper was great.. I don't get it with you people.. There were tons of non-rich people there.. But you wouldn't know that bc you weren't there! This hipster angst is stupid..

Posted by Anonymous | September 14, 2010 9:32 PM

Wow! This show was amazing... All the hate vibe on here is probably from the same lost loser who never knew what to do with his life. Adjust your attitude and follow your dream, you too can make it if you try. so quit your crybaby cry, dry your eyes and fly. You put down others to try and make yourself feel better, That never works, do something right for a change. If you don't like yourself, change. Look at you, what do you do, wallow in your own self hate... pity the fool. all together now... you can say it loud, say it proud...for here or to go... do you want fries with that. live your own life, no body else will. You never knew how to rock and roll. dream on sucker...

Posted by DNA | September 14, 2010 11:08 PM

Inside info... The past few comments were posted by John varvatos peeps. They are trying hard to buy their way into being cool and have a diverse marketing team that patrols many channels.

Posted by The man with a large curly beard with beads in it. | September 14, 2010 11:15 PM

"If you dont want to support dont take away it doesnt help anyone"

How can you support if they won't let you in?

Posted by Anonymous | September 15, 2010 10:49 AM

"Rock n Roll is about good times"

but apparently according to Varvatos and 6:18 pm, only for a selected elite invited few.

Posted by Anonymous | September 15, 2010 10:52 AM

I like how he keeps his store open to the public for you to buy over priced clothing that no one wants every other day of the week, but on the one day that he has bands that people would like to see he won't let the public in for any amount of money.

having occasional private concerts by big name rock stars in the space is by no means keeping the spirit of CBGB's alive. CBGB's rarely ever did that. And the club was certainly not known for that kind of elitist nonsence.

Yes it is technically keeping live music within it's walls a small handful of times a year, and yes, there are Rock posters and expensive albums adorning the walls, but as far as the spirit goes, having a show that people would want to go to and not allowing fans in is opposite of the sprit of CBGB's.

Posted by Anonymous | September 15, 2010 11:02 AM

I didn't know John Varvatos team hitred illiterate people to blog on their behalf.

Posted by Anonymous | September 15, 2010 11:03 AM

It may have the spirit of CBGB but certainly not the soul.

Posted by Anonymous | September 15, 2010 11:04 AM

"He actually kept it from being another bank.."

at least a bank would let you in.

Posted by Anonymous | September 15, 2010 11:22 AM

"He actually kept it from being another bank.."

To the average music fan, what's the difference?

Posted by Anonymous | September 15, 2010 11:24 AM

Wow... what a bunch of haters... I mean... We should be happy for these groups... don't we, as musicians, aspire to be able to rock out to audiences no matter what pay grade they come from? Remember, all these people started (pretty much) in the same manner that we will have... working your ass off, practicing, getting screwed over by people digging in your pockets for exposure and money, and trying things that didn't work out the way they planned. We will all travel this road especially since this industry is already fickle. Can't hear a new band on the radio that isn't on MTV, anymore.

Just chill out, and the next time you see a show (which I assume you do since haters are so opinionated) ask questions, hang around to meet the band etc and you'll probably meet the right person to get you into a place like this... Otherwise, go buy a ticket and chill the fuck out lol

Posted by Shane | September 15, 2010 4:01 PM

the only reason i clicked to this site was to hear how Black Country Communion was......i am sure Bonamassa Hughes Sherinian and Bonham were terrific....to those of you criticizing these guys.....you don't know what music is.....and i am sure alice cooper and zz top put on good shows....

Posted by Anonymous | September 16, 2010 7:06 PM

when I grow up, I want a party just like this with rockers from hell!!!!

Posted by Kid Kock | September 16, 2010 10:23 PM

I've been to several Joe Bonamassa concerts -standing in the first row, having payed less than 50 bucks - of course I would have liked to be at this party -but well you can't have evrything ...

Thanks for the pictures!

A rock fan from Europe

Posted by wolfi | September 17, 2010 4:05 AM

the idiots hating me and all my friends bunch of young broke ass rockers got in all we had to do was show up and everyone pretty much got in understand the event has the biggest legends in the world and they cant let everyone in cause then they got no space left and fire marshalls be on them. Thats why some people dont got in. A concert is no different dont discrimate about list but if you dont have like 80 bucks to see this artist you wont get in, do you seat outside and cry about that too.

All this bitching is the most none rock n roll thing ever, why do i feel like the people doing it either dont like this kind of music or are old and bitter and are those people that worry about who is new scene and old scene and being straight edge with tattoos of it all over. haha the show was awsome and you can cry all you want but wont take that away, while you listen to this peoples album in your room we saw them live :D

Posted by Anonymous | September 24, 2010 5:49 PM

ZZ Top: Those guys will be go on rocking forever. Even when they are on a cloud and have wings....The be rocking :)

Posted by Dennis | October 17, 2010 10:52 AM

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