Meet Me On South Street, The Story of JC Dobbs documents the evolution of Philadelphia's fertile music and arts subculture in the 1970's until the sad closing of JC Dobbs in 1996. With archival photographs, videos and contemporary interviews, George Manney recreates the rich history of Philly's premiere rock & roll bar, JC Dobbs. It all started in the late 60's as the counter-culture inhabited South Street during social &economic strife. Homegrown cultures began to flourish with live theater &d bars & with live music. Between the gritty walls and dressing room grandeur, to the mystique and dysfunctional family-like workplace, what was once 'the' club in Philadelphia known for live music seven nights a week, showcasing artists in the infancy of their rising careers, JC Dobbs was Philly's premiere rock & roll bar! National and international acts on their first tour, played the legendary club JC Dobbs including the following: Dwight Yokum, Lucinda Williams, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Steve ...