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And Another East Village Rock Club Goes Away: Sin-é

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Marianne Faithfull plays the original Sin-é in 1992.Photo: Sin-e.com


It's last call for another of Manhattan's hard-rocking music venues. Sin-é, the epicenter of the nineties St. Marks scene, shut its doors once before and relocated to the Lower East Side in 2003. But come March 31, it'll close — for good — at its Attorney Street location. The original Sin-é hosted some of the most infamous songwriters of its decade and produced the seminal Jeff Buckley album Live at Sin-é. The current incarnation gave play to New York staples like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Walkmen. "It's over," said Shane Doyle, Sin-é's owner. "It's all changed around here. I'm just not gonna keep doing this." —Annmarie Pisano

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