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Thursday, April 7: New York Doll

By Doug Fabrizio

Salt Lake City, UT – Arthur "Killer" Kane was the bass player for the legendary band The New York Dolls. Although the group was short lived, their work influenced the music of the Pretenders, The Sex Pistols and The Clash to name a few. Thirty years later, filmmaker Greg Whiteley finds Arthur Kane working in the Mormon family history library. He had given up drugs and found God. He also had a dream ... of reuniting the band one last time. (Repeat)

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