December 06, 2007
Paper Magazine threw a promotional bash at Macy’s Herald square to celebrate the launch of designer Patricia Field’s new “Barbie Luxe” line.
NYC Fashion’s Finest: Snooky, Pat Fields, Ayumie and Tish take delight in the festivities.
October 31, 2007
This Halloween MANIC PANIC® was one of the sponsors of the 2nd annual “Tompkins Scare Park” in NYC carrying a message of healthy snacks and creativity. The event featured many great booths, a huge stage, costumes and performers of all kinds as well as supertststars giving it up for the kids, young and old, of the East Village.
September 29, 2007
20th Century Boy: Marc Bolan and T Rex 30th Anniversary Celebration at the Delacorte theatre in NYC’s Central Park featuring an all–star cast including members of NY Dolls, Blondie, Television, and Scissor Sisters.
We all got a big treat when Moby jumped on stage from out of the audience to join the cast on guitar and singing the title number. This show was rock ’n’ roll HEAVEN… and it all happened under the stars and a magical moon!
“Please send our cheers to Tish & Snooky. They should be nominated to a special honorary post as NYC treasures; the Bolanfest would not have been the same without their spot–on vocalizing and their complete grooviness.”
Patti Smith brings down the house with “Children of the Revolution” joined by her bass player, Tony Shanahan with Tish and Snooky on back up vocals.
Robert Gordon rocked the crowd with “Groove a Little” joined by Steve Conte from the NY Dolls, Clem Burke of Blondie, Tony Shanahan, James Mastro and Tish & Snooky.
July 21, 2007
The lovely CREAMTONES (from left Diana Mae Munch, Snooky and Tish) sang at a lovely charity concert to raise money for cancer research. This black tie event was ultra–classy and the Creamtones wowed the audience with their sophisticated harmonies and angelic voices.
July 18, 2007
The very first LondonEdge NYC trade show (LENY) opening party at Don Hill’s featured musical guest Robert Gordon & band and guest DJs Tish & Snooky and Miss Guy.
Party promoters Carol Sadick and Lyle Derek.
It all began with an egg–cream toast at the OUTLAW party in front of 33 St Mark’s Place: the site of the original MANIC PANIC® shop in 1977. A huge crowd joined Tish & Snooky gathering fearlessly in the street to take back the neighborhood for a while, letting the new kids on the block know just who started it all!
On the scene were legendary punk photographers Roberta Bayley and David Godlis, John Holmstrom from PUNK magazine, and many faces old and new from the NYC Punk/MANIC PANIC® days. A terrific bash at Fonatanas in NYC followed, with parties in Japan, Australia, and the UK following suit.
Party NYC: Dennis Dunaway (of Alice Cooper Band), wife Cindy, Ross the Boss (of the Dictators and Man of War), and Mickey Leigh (the brother of Joey Ramone) flank Tish & Snooky in celebration of MANIC PANIC’s® 30 years.
Party Japan: At one of the many MANIC PANIC® salons in Tokyo, same date, different time zone, a grand celebration for our 30th Anniversary!
And here’s a supercool video celebrating 30 years of Manic Panic®!
May 19, 2007
“Joey Ramone Birthday Bash” at Irving Plaza in NYC to benefit the Joey Ramone Foundation for Lymphoma Research.
Mickey Leigh, Joey Ramone’s brother and show's organizer.
April 30, 2007
Director Sam Rami, a MANIC PANIC® fan from way back, poses with Snooky.
BTW Gotham is NYC — didn't you know?
MANIC PANIC® ROCKS THE HOUSE IN YOKOHAMA!
International Splash!! Models and stylists from the MANIC PANIC® Salons in Japan participated in the world famous YDG fashion hair show in Yokohama.
Pictured are live performances by the dancers and singers styled by the experts at the MANIC PANIC® Salons.
The people who gathered to view the avant garde collections by young designers were wowed by the MANIC PANIC® presentation…
…so delighted were the crowds that MANIC PANIC® was requested to appear at the next fashion event in May.
February 7, 2007
The start of every new year means a warm vacation for Manic Panic® at the MAGIC tradeshow in Las Vegas. This year they had a special section called “Punk/Goth Street.” Sounds like they created this section just for us! Snooky was interviewed for Label Networks TV at the show.
March 8, 2007
The girl in the toxic sludge drum is named “GI Joey” and she wears Electric Lizard™ hair color. They played at Furr’s MANIC PANIC® launch party!
February 3, 2007
MANIC PANIC® sponsored the REDBUTTAFLY 2007 Runway Fashion Show at the OS Art House in NYC. We donated MANIC PANIC® cosmetics, Glam™ Lashes, and Glam™ Strips to the models and stylists. Here are some great photos from the event, courtesy of Redbuttafly and particpating models. Note the colorful 18 inch Glam Strips, Marilyn™ lipstick, and Glam™ Lashes.
Photo credits — Robert Michael Photography