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Thursday, March 30: New York Doll

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By Doug Fabrizio

Salt Lake City, UT – Thirty years after the glam-rock band The New York Dolls had flamed out and broken up, film maker Greg Whitely found bassist Arthur "Killer" Kane in the Mormon Church's Family History Library in Los Angeles. He had quit drugs and found God but he had this beautiful dream to get the band back together. RadioWest looks at the making of the film and the remarkable influence of the New York Dolls. (Repeat)

  • New York Doll will be released on DVD next week, and for your $100 pledge, KUER will send you a copy of this moving film.
  • There will be a screening of New York Doll this Saturday afternoon, April 1st at 4:45 as part of the LDS Family Expo. For location and costs, visit the expo on-line

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