A Milestone In History: You Should Have Seen What I've Heard features a small selection of photographs by Chris Radok (Kodar) and Daniel Coston of the many bands who played the Milestone Club.
The oldest punk club on the East Coast, the Milestone Club opened in 1969 and over the years owners Bill Flowers, Jeff Lowry, Tony Farino, Penny Craver, Neal Harper and Jonathan Hughes, provided a friendly stage and musical home for decades of musicians and loyal patrons. More than 8,000 bands graced the stage and assaulted eardrums through the years, including AntiSeen, Bad Brains, Bo Diddley, Minor Threat, Nirvana, and REM.
A Milestone In History: You Should Have Seen What I've Heard will be on view at Levine Museum in a hallway located outside Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers July 16 through October 16, 2016. In addition to the photographs, visitors will have the opportunity to contribute a story, favorite memory or photo at the end of the exhibit.