Mike BS

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'''Mike BS''' is a zine editor, writer and musician from N. Y. C., NY, U.S.A.
'''Mike BS''' is a zine editor, writer and musician from N. Y. C., NY, U.S.A.
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Mike BS began his zine [[Bullshit Monthly]] in the 1980's. It was a [[hardcore]] [[punk]] zine.
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Mike BS began his zine [[Bullshit Monthly]] in the 1980's. It was a [[hardcore]] [[punk]] zine.  
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At the same time, Mike was the singer for hardcore punk band Go! The band frequently played at ABC No Rio in New York, where Mike was also volunteering, and helped set up the Sunday hardcore show series that ran for many years.  
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At the same time, Mike was the singer for hardcore punk band Go! The band frequently played at ABC No Rio in New York. Mike was responsible for the creation of the music scene at ABC No Rio, which he instigated in 1989. He was interviewed for the ABC No Rio 15th Anniversary Issue of ''[[Jersey Beat]]'' zine.
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[[Category:Zinester|BS]] [[Category:Punk Zinester|BS]] [[Category:New York Zinesters|BS]]
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During the 1990's Mike BS was a regular columnist for [[maximum Rock 'N' Roll]]
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Revision as of 17:49, 23 March 2009

Mike BS is a zine editor, writer and musician from N. Y. C., NY, U.S.A.

Mike BS began his zine Bullshit Monthly in the 1980's. It was a hardcore punk zine.

At the same time, Mike was the singer for hardcore punk band Go! The band frequently played at ABC No Rio in New York. Mike was responsible for the creation of the music scene at ABC No Rio, which he instigated in 1989. He was interviewed for the ABC No Rio 15th Anniversary Issue of Jersey Beat zine.

During the 1990's Mike BS was a regular columnist for maximum Rock 'N' Roll

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