Sweat: The Story of the Fleshtones, America's Garage Band

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"Joe Bonomo has written a fine book: a book not only about a band or times passed, but also about the rare virtue of endurance."-Nick Tosches, author of Hellfire: The Jerry Lee Lewis Story

May of 2006 marked the Fleshtones' 30th anniversary as the only band from the mid-70s New York City Punk/New Wave scene that hasn't had an inactive year. In that time they've amassed an incredible history-they shared a practice space with the Cramps in the 70s, they shared a label (IRS) with R.E.M. in the 80s, and the likes of Steve Albini and Peter Buck have produced them. They've opened for James Brown and Chuck Berry, played at the same summer festivals as Iggy Pop. They've thrilled audiences from coast to coast and have a hundred and one connections to some of the biggest names in rock & roll history, and yet you've probably never heard of them.

Until now.

Sweat is not the typical rock & roll story of stars, stacks of money, or wild, unbridled triumphs; it's the story of a band that has reached the threshold of fame many times over, but never quite made it; a band that contributed to numerous sea changes in the New York City music scene, but unlike many of the bands around them, didn't come out the other side famous or drenched in cool. Sweat is a bare-knuckled, compelling account of road-paving rock & roll played in the real world, where success measured over the long haul is redefined each and every hard-won morning and where patience, vision and determination do not always lead to prosperity. Join author Joe Bonomo as he guides you through the peaks and valleys of the Fleshtones' impressive career, and enjoy an insider's view of three decades in New York City's music scene along the way.

Featuring interviews with Robert Christgau, Steve Albini, Peter Buck, Barney Hoskyns,New York Doll manager Marty Thau, CBGB owner Hilly Kristal and more, Sweat is more than just the story of a band, it's a rock & roll allegory for anyone who has ever persevered in the face of adversity, and the soul sucking pressure of the status quo, to continue to do what they loved.

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About the Author:

Joe Bonomo teaches in the English Department of Northern Illinois University. He is the author of Sweat: The Story of the Fleshtones, America's Garage Band (Continuum 2007), and Installations (Penguin), a collection of prose poems. His personal essays and prose poems have appeared in numerous literary journals.

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Joe Bonomo has written a fine book; a book not only about a band or times passed, but also about the rare virtue of endurance.
—Nick Tosches (Nick Tosches)

"In Sweat, Joe Bonomo confronts the realities of life in one of America's great unsung bands of heroes: the Fleshtones. Rocking the house down night after night, holding on to their unique vision forever, whether laughing inthe face of failure, caught in the rip tides of American culture, battling on the New York streets, or crowdedin the back of a van on its way to the furthest reaches of the solar system...It's a 'Blue Whale' of a story: hilarious, harrowing, and ultimately inspiring."
—Peter Case, singer-songwriter


Imagine the myth of Sisyphus recast as a garage band—and a goodone—and you have the story of the Fleshtones. One of the latter-dayCBGBs bands, championed by REM and critically adored for theirexplosive concerts, the 'Tones shoulda been contenders. But whathappened? First-time author (and fan) Bonomo tells their cursed storywith religious fervor and a near-lyrical quality to his prose. Bonomoexpands on a history that would otherwise be summed up by a pithy entryin All Music Guide over a sprawling 400 pages, packed with newinterviews and anecdotes. In cataloging a decadeslong litany ofindignities and misfortunes that did little to deter the Fleshtones'passion, the book raises deeper questions about what making it in musicmeans. Does the distinction of being the only CBGBs-era band to keepgoing without an inactive year count for anything? Consider this themad-eyed older brother of James Greer's biography of the indie-rockband Guided by Voices or Michael Azerrad's Our Band Could Be Your Life. This is the secret history that even NYC punk histories like Please Kill Me couldn't handle. Recommended for libraries with large popular music collections.
—Library Journal (Library Journal)

"More than an account of a particular band, sound, or specific era in rock history, Joe Bonomo's compelling, well-researched, and thoroughly riveting account of the Fleshtones is an homage to a way of living your life — one that revolves around raucous music, what Jack Kerouac once called the "quest for kicks," and most of all a whole lot of sweat and passion."
— Jim DeRogatis, pop music critic, Chicago Sun-Times, and author, Let It Blurt: The Life and Times of Lester Bangs, America's Greatest Rock Critic.


"Rock and roll is a pretty egalitarian affair. On any given night any band can be the best band in the world, if only for ten minutes. The amazing thing about the Fleshtones is that every night for the last thirty years they have consistently been the best live band on earth. Year in, year out — high, low and in between — the Fleshtones have embodied the very essence of rock and roll. This great book by Joe Bonomo really gets to the heart of who the Fleshtones are, and the price they paid. Now it's up to you to check out the Fleshtones when they hit your town. And in my own defense, that fire that Keith and I started in France was really a very small fire. Not worth mentioning at all. Please."
—Peter Buck, R.E.M.

(Peter Buck)

Mention in Memphis Flyer

"Most bands have a narrative arc that runs from formative years torock-star ascent to inevitable breakup. The Fleshtones' chart flatlinessomewhere between fame and obscurity, and this is where Bonomo takes aninteresting angle.

By recounting the band's Sisyphean chase offame, which is rewarded only with a raging cult following, he offers aunique "view from the bottom" - familiar to 99.9 percent of all bands -of rock's last three decades.

"Sweat" reads like a true laborof love. It's a highly detailed account of the band that refused to goaway until, through determination and stamina, they got the book theydeserved."
—The New York Post

(New York Post)

"Rather than chalk up the band to be some amazing quartet who'vesurpassed their time in the spotlight (or lack of in this case), [Bonomo] focuses on their longevity and passion. Thirty years in the game and nohits to be accounted for but the band still holds it together becauseof their love, their pure unadulterated love of rock and roll."
—Spill Magazine
(Spill Magazine)

"I just finished a biography of the band, called Sweat: The Story of the Fleshtones, America's Garage Band. I would have given this book 873 stars, but they only let me give it five. Me? I live to read. I lust for the book that I cannot bear to put down. That is what I like, that is what I look for. This is one of those books. A love letter, a labor of love, and a gripping read about people who have brought nothing but happiness to thousands of people for a long, long time. It helps to already have spent some time living in total intoxication of the Fleshtones, of course, but it is a brilliant book no matter what."
-Chicago Boyz

Interviewed by Rockford Review

"Joe Bonomo, across 410 fact/anecdote-packed pages, follows the trajectory of New York's Fleshtones, from juvenile delinquents Peter Zaremba and Keith Streng falling under the spell of AM radio in the '60s, through the band's mid-'80s college rock ascendency, and on to the present, where the Fleshtones remain a vital force.
It's a quintessential rock 'n' roll story. No shit, man."
—Harp Magazine
(Fred Mills)

"Everyonehas a favorite overlooked bank they feel should have sold millions of records,filled arenas and enjoyed household-name status; among those commerciallyunsuccessful stalwarts, the Fleshtones rank as one of America's mostenduring musical forces. Crawling outfrom under New York City's punk and new wave scenes in the mid-1970s, this gangof misfits dubbed their fuzzy yet danceable mix of guitars, Farfisa organ,old-school R&B, rockabilly and surf music as "Super Rock," then watchedcontemporaries such as the Ramones, Talking Heads, R.E.M., and Blondie becomestars. Topping out on the Billboardalbum charts at no. 174, the Fleshtones, still active 30 years on, make for anunconventional study in rock 'n' roll survival. Bonomo, better known for his essays and poetry, has conducted newinterviews with all the principals to provide an exhaustive account of the band'scheckered history, colored by excessive amounts of alcohol and drugs,mismanagement and the 2005 suicide of sax man Gordon Spaeth. Bonomo marches a parade of colorfulcharacters in and out of his narrative, including past and present bandmembers, business associates, friends, family members and fellow musicians, topresent an honest and dramatic look at rock semi-obscurity." —Publishers Weekly Annex

"I would have given this book 873 stars, but they only let me give it five...A love letter, a labor of love, and a gripping read about people who have brought nothing but happiness to thousands of people for a long, long time...it is a brilliant book no matter what."
—Lexington Green, Book Notes, Music (Book Notes, Music)

'Sweat' reads like a true labor of love. It's a highly detailed account of the band that refused to go away until, through determination and stamina, they got the book they deserved"—Stephen Charles Kleiner, New York Post



Dr. Joe Bonomo interviewed about the writing of Sweat: The Story of the Fleshtones by Collin Quick, RRStar.com, September 26, 2007

"A Chicago area resident and teacher at Northern IllinoisUniversity, Joe Bonomo is nearly religious in his devotion to the long-runningcombo fronted by Peter Zaremba, who some may remember from his side job as thehost of MTV's alternative showcase, "120 Minutes." In Sweat: TheStory of the Fleshtones, America's Garage Band (Continuum, $19.95), theauthor approaches his tale with the same scholarly devotion that Drummondemployed...In the end, the author concludes that it will go one as long as themusicians are still walking and breathing, and their story is ultimately one ofperseverance and faith in a rough 'n' ready aesthetic originally defined onlong-forgotten 45s but so enduringly powerful that grown men devote their livesto it." —Chicago SunTimes



Nice cars, Playboybunnies, wealth and thrown underwear — as the Nickelback song suggests, theawesome life of a rock 'n' roll band, right? According to NIU English professorJoe Bonomo, not quite. "Sweat: The Story of the Fleshtones, America's GarageBand," Bonomo's first biography, was published by Continuum in September.

For seven years, Bonomo spent his summers trekking to New York to interview and research for hisbook. As the title suggests, the book chronicles the lives of the Fleshtones, alittle known band Bonomo first heard in the 1980s. According to Bonomo, TheFleshtones are the only band that debuted at CBGB that played togetheruninterrupted since. "The Fleshtonesredefined what it means to be successful," said Bonomo. "They're simply a greatAmerican rock band that no one's heard about."
However, Bonomo says his book is more than just a biography of an obscure rockband. "It's a great story ofperseverance and staying true to your dreams and visions," said Bonomo. The perseverance Bonomo refers to involves ajourney of music that has spanned more than three decades and does not involvefame or fortune. Bonomo joined the band on its Midwesttour in 2001 and discovered the realistic lives of rock stars. "The memory Ihave from that tour is how much they struggled," said Bonomo. "Sleeping onpromoter's floors and in flea-bag motels, playing to half-empty clubs. Itcemented to me why their story is so unique and so interesting, why it's aworthwhile story. They didn't give up and soldiered on." Although the Fleshtones story is enthralling,Bonomo had difficulty getting "Sweat" published. Bonomo believes that while "Sweat" works as amanual for those in a band, it is also an inspirational story for those whohave no affiliation with music. "Ifyou're in a band as a 20-something, this is an absolute crucial book. It showswhat your future is," said Bonomo. "[But]no matter what your passion is, you will find yourself mirrored in this book.As you get older, you have to redefine what success means. The Fleshtones storyis a great example of how to do that." —Northern Star Online

"The story of the Fleshtones is a Behind The Music-worthytale of hard-earned fans and well-deserved debauchery, but lacks one essentialelement: hits. Despite three decades ofdedication, the Fleshtones have yet to produce a wildly popular record that couldpropel them past the dead-end intersection of fame, infamy and obscurity. And yet the Queens-bred bandmates soldier on,refusing to retreat and amassing a growing number of rabid superfans (authorJoe Bonomo included) in the process. Clocking in at an impressive 400 pages, Bonomo's book chronicles theband's career with fluid narratives, interviews, pictures, setlists,discographies and meticulous detail. It'sa story for music-makers and music-lovers alike, with Bonomo finding universalappeal in one small band's trip from the New York City suburbs to a near-permanent residency on theroad. It doesn't matter if readers don'tknow the Fleshtones from the Monotones, as the author's adoring approach, whichmanages to be at once casual and encyclopedic, will convert most skeptics. And even if it doesn't, Sweat is about muchmore than a hard-working band that never quite broke even; it champions theenduring spirit of rock'n'roll, and the lengths to which musicians and fanswill travel to keep that spirit flamed."
-CMJ (Andrew Leahy)

"[An]elegantly written biography of the Fleshtones." —Popmatters.com

(Robert Short)

"The Fleshtones are a minor footnote in most people'smemories, but Bonomo convincingly explains how a group can stay the same andyet still matter. As a bonus, The Fleshtones aficionados will also appreciatethe biographer's exhaustive, inclusive discography and the extensive listing ofcover songs The Fleshtones have recorded and/or performed on stage." —DougSimpson, Skyscraper Magazine (Doug Simpson)

"Besides being a thorough bio of the band and its members,and a great NYC timepiece, Sweat takes a good hard look at the music industry,of bands who don't quite make it, who are as good or better than bands who domake it, and what their lives are like. It's a story of fighting against theodds with persistence and conviction, but this book certainly isn't just aboutstruggle; it's filled with humor, fun, weirdness, bizarre coincidences, andheady descriptions of their most glorious shows and triumphs...If you alreadyknow and love the band, you're sure to enjoy this book. If you aren't familiarwith the 'Tones, by all means check them out." —Tone and Groove magazine

"As the subtitle accurately describes, the career of theFleshtones could be narrowed down to "30 years, 2,000 shows, 1,000 blue whales,no hits, no sleep". It's always been about fun, and not stardom, for PeterZaremba, Keith Streng, and the rest of this (should be) legendary band. Bonomoaccurately describes not only the positive points in the band's history, butalso the frustrations, addictions, and boredom of never being the right band inthe right...

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