Rock music and comic strips - not always comfortable together, no matter how hard Look-In tried to turn Nick Heyward and Haircut One Hundred into comic heroes.
So the idea of a comic book series based on CBGBS doesn't immediately lead you to think of clearing some space on the shelf.
However, Every Day Is Like Wednesday has details which suggest this might be worth investigating:
The image above is the cover of the first issue, by Jaime Hernandez (obviously), and the creative roster includes comics people Kieron Gillen, Rob G., Chuck BB, Kelly Sue DeConnick and newcomers to the field like Ana Matronic (of the band Scissor Sisters), Sam Humphries of MySpace and Kim Krizan (screenwriter of Before Sunset and Before Sunrise).
And here's a preview page which should swing you firmly behind the project.