Sylvain Sylvain is one of only two surviving members of the original New York Dolls, and in There’s No Bones in Ice Cream, his eye-opening, sincere and often hilarious account of the rise and fall of the Dolls, he reveals all about the group that flew so close to the sun that they exploded in a fireball, lighting the touch paper under punk rock.
"While we may not have sold many records nor racked up any hits, in terms of the stain that we left on the sheets, the New York Dolls were bigger than a lot of the people who did. Other people turned the New York Dolls into legends. We just went along for the ride".
There’s No Bones in Ice Cream is an enthralling tale of rock excess that sheds an unforgiving light on the craziness of New York’s 1970s rock scene.