1991.09.04 - The Palace, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
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August 24, 1991
Groups Get A Lollapalooza Of A Platform; Acts Nurture Nature; Rose's Legal Thorns
BYLINE: by Thom Duffy
SECTION: TALENT; The Beat; Pg. 26
Critic, editor, and musician Craig Lee, a key figure on the L.A. music scene for years, has developed an AIDS-related infection. Now the community Lee helped bolster through his work has responded with plans for a benefit, "Critical Mass," Sept. 4 at the Palace. Confirmed: fiREHOSE, L7, Circle Jerks with Alice Bag, Concrete Blonde in an acoustic set, reunions of Dream Syndicate and the Zeroes, El Vez, co-hosts Phranc and Vaginal Creme Davis, Lee's band Alarma, members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, members of the Go-Go's, Mary's Danish, Perry Farrell narrating one of his films, Blackbird, Redd Kross, and others to be announced.
October 26, 1991
SECTION: UPDATE; Lifelines; Pg. 86
Craig Lee, 38, of AIDS-related leucoencephalitis, Oct. 8 in Los Angeles. A noted Los Angeles music journalist and punk rock pioneer, Lee was music editor of the L.A. Weekly for two years, wrote criticism for the Los Angeles Times, and co-authored the punk rock history "Hardcore California." He was also a member of such seminal local punk groups as the Bags and Catholic Discipline. On Sept. 4, a cross-section of L.A. bands including members of Jane's Addiction, the Go-Go's, and X, raised money for Lee's medical expenses at "Critical Mass," a benefit concert at the Palace in Hollywood.