An interview with Harley Flanagan, the original bassist for New York hardcore pioneers the Cro-Mags, who no longer faces assault charges tied to a backstage melee at Webster Hall this summer.
Harley Flanagan is off the hook.
At this summer's CBGB Festival at Webster Hall in Manhattan, ex-Cro-Mags bassist Harley Flanagan allegedly attacked two current members of the band with a knife and bit one of them on the face. He was charged with second degree assault and criminal possession of a weapon. Show More Summary
After problems with the case surfaced earlier this year, charges against Harley Flanagan have been dismissed according to a report via New York Natives. Harley Flanagan was charged with attacking two current members of his former band Cro-Mags at...
Assault charges have been dropped against Harley Flanagan, the ex-member of the Cro Mags who was accused of attacking current members of the band before a July 6 performance at Webster Hall.
"They should be embarrassed that they jumped me and I am going to court for putting them in the hospital." - Harley Flanagan via NY Natives Harley on a horse You probably remember the now infamous 'Cro-Mags incident' that took...
Harley Flanagan, former bassist for the Cro-Mags and walking weapon, got in a bit of a kerfuffle this past summer at a Cro-Mags reunion at Webster Hall. Vice was on the scene outside of Harley Flanagan’s court hearing for the case, and they think he’s a swell guy: Regardless of what you may have heard, Harley’s older, calmer, and much kinder now. Show More Summary
Twenty-five years ago, Harley Flanagan was onstage screaming lyrics at a crowd full of skinheads and fuckups, rage on his face and sweat dripping from his shaved head. On Thursday he’s mostly grey and standing before a judge at Manhattan Criminal Court downtown, soft-spoken in black slacks, a dark button-down shirt and wire-rimmed glasses. Show More Summary
In July word of a stabbing at Webster Hall quickly spread during the first ever CBGB Festival, and it turned out that the assailant was former Cro-Mags bassist Harley Flanagan. Word was that Flanagan stabbed Mike "The Gook" Couls, the current Cro-Mags bassist, during a show the band was playing at. Show More Summary
New York Natives sat down with Cro-Mags founder Harley Flanagan for an exclusive interview about the events of the now infamous July 6 Webster Hall Cro-Mags blow-out during New York's CBGB Festival.
More on this story, by writer Steven Blush for PAPER Magazine, right here. A CBGB Festival concert at Webster Hall was cut short when Harley Flanagan, a founding member of New York hardcore legends Cro-Mags, and who is no longer in the...Show More Summary
As we were saying, original Cro-Mags member Harley Flanagan told website NYNatives that he was acting in self defense when two members of his old band were injured by him at Webster Hall on July 6th. NYNatives since posted...
On July 6th the CBGB Fest kicked off with a surreal event at Webster Hall, when Cro-Mags co-founder and former bassist Harley Flanagan lashed out at, stabbed, and bit two people—a current and former member of the band (Michael Cuols and William Berardo). Show More Summary
He is not like you or I. Read the full piece at Paper: News accounts of Harley Flanagan’s stabbing spree last Friday night at Webster Hall were troubling to say the least. Nobody’s here to give it a positive spin or defend his actions. Show More Summary
Speaking for the first time since his arrest at Webster Hall last Saturday, former Cro-Mags bassist Harley Flanagan insisted he was acting in self-defense during a brawl that landed two of the band's current members in the hospital with knife wounds.
The Cro-Mags have issued a statement following former bassist Harley Flanagan's lunatic attack on current band members during New York's CBGB's Festival.
According to New York Natives, Flanagan and his lawyers are sticking to the self-defense story. New York Natives says it be posting an interview with Flanagan sometime soon. New York Natives (via Brooklyn Vegan): Cro-Mags founder, Harley...Show More Summary
Harley Flanagan Cro-Mags founder, Harley Flanagan himself and his attorney have told nynatives.com exclusively in a statement that everything that happened on July 6th at the CBGB's Festival Cro-Mags show at Webster Hall happened in "self defense." Harley was not...
A former member of long-running hardcore group the Cro-Mags was arrested over the weekend for attacking a current member of the band. Former bassist and co-founder Harley Flanagan allegedly stabbed and bit two people, including the band’s current bassist, before a show at Webster Hall in New York City. Show More Summary
On Friday night, two people were stabbed and one person was bitten at Webster Hall during the Cro-Mags and Sick Of It All show for the CBGB Festival. Police arrested Harley Flanagan, former bassist and founding member of Cro-Mags, for the attacks; he's been charged with assault and criminal weapons possession. Show More Summary