Music Museum of New England said it best: "Back in the 1980’s most people didn’t visit the West End unless they were attending a game or a concert at the Garden. With the Green Line T running over Causeway Street and the dark vibe it cast beneath, the area wasn’t exactly a tourist trap in those days. Most former residents had long been run out of the neighborhood and the residences replaced with seedy theatres and dive bars. Among all the “Dirty Old Boston” qualities of the old West End there stood an important club that supported local bands and the gritty Boston music scene of the day. That club was Chet’s Last Call. Located across the street from the Garden on the corner of Causeway and Lancaster Streets, Chet’s was on the second floor up a narrow stairway above the old Penalty Box bar. Owned and operated by Richard “Chet” Rooney, Chet’s was not built for anything but live music. The interior was a special shade of orange and the walls were still mirrored from days gone by when it was a strip joint then a disco. That said, no one went to Chet’s for anything but to see and hear live local music from bands hungry to make the scene."
Look for the doc: "Chet's Last Call: A Story of Rock & Roll Redemption"
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