Thursday, March 03, 2005

Women In L.A. Punk - Part V

I've just posted the latest installment in my ongoing series of interviews with women who were actively involved in the late seventies L.A. punk scene. My subject this time is the noted photographer, Ann Summa, who I've had the pleasure of knowing since my days in the Bags. Here's a fuzzy version of a much clearer shot Ann took of the Bags at the Hong Kong Cafe back in 1979:



Click on the following link to read Ann's interview and see more of her great work.
WOMEN IN L.A. PUNK

3 comments:

daisy said...

Hey Alice
I just finished Mark Spitz/Brendan Mullen's book "We've got the Neutron Bomb" - history of LA punk
and surfed here for more pictures. LOVE YOUR SITE.
It's is so cool.

Did you know The Weirdo's are at the Troubadour tomorrow?

-daisy

Alice Bag said...

Yes, and I'm desperately trying to line up a babysitter so I can go!
Thanks for stopping by.

darkside777 said...

alice,
my daughter can b/sit for you..

dawn