Clem Burke - as Elvis Ramone - actually replaced Richie for a couple gigs in '87...before Marky returned.
Go see Richie play and pick up his new DC!
Learn all about the Ramones in the book;
“ON THE ROAD WITH THE RAMONES”.
Throughout the remarkable twenty-two-year career of the Ramones the seminal punk rock band, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famers, Recording Academy Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winners and inductees into The Library of Congress' National Recording Registry, Monte A. Melnick saw it all. He was the band’s tour manager from their 1974 CBGB debut to their final show in 1996. Now, in this NEW UPDATED EDITION he tells his story. Full of insider perspectives and exclusive interviews and packed with over 250 personal color photos and images; this is a must-have for all fans of the Ramones.
Jello Biafra has had plenty to say in his spoken-word performances.....and not just telling stories.
Fixed those NIN dates....
The recording is the studio rehearsal for the reunion show. The in-store release date is March 3. The 1985 album release - "Strungout On Jargon" - has a title that summed up the entire 1980s.
Wow, sounds like Akron is a hotbed.
NIN dates are incorrect.
No mention of Charlie Weiner's neat humor on "12 Inches of Weiner"!? OK, how about "Dancing at the Weinerland Ball"?!
As a native Clevelander who lived for music while he was there, please patronize these remaining stores. We lost our good ones in DC and, believe me, when they're gone, they're gone.
The Shoppe (Berea) forged a mighty path in album sales back in the day and still has a spot on the main floor for music; but certainly survived the industry crash due to the store not solely relying on CD's and LP's to churn a profit.
Shouldn't the Brite Winter event be on here?
With a break in the snow machine, it should be bigger than ever. It seems fitting that such an event, which could easily find a cozy home in the spring or summer, can deliver a neat boost to the heart and soul....as the finish line nears for another winter.
You missed one for WED, Feb 12!
CIM Orchestra with Carl Topilow, conductor, perform Rossini, Bloch & Shostakovich: 8 p.m., $5, $10 & $20. Severance Hall.
"The Black Angels quickly gained a reputation as a fierce live band." --- that sentence should be plastered in any garage of a new group trying to figure out how they can step into the minefield that can be any facet of the music industry. Loyal fans appreciate the road warrior mentality....and they won't let you down.
After digging out from the "Son of Polar Vortex", this calendar of gigs looks real good.
According to Metal Underground, tour plans are being firmed up; which could entice a label to take a hard look in releasing the debut album through "old-school" forms (CD, vinyl).
dudes hatin on dom kennedy, but dom is one of the few successful rappers that actually tells the truth in his lyrics mane.
It was a great show!
Road warriors, indeed.....who never forgot those club dates like the one at the Agora as they raced up the charts with FM radio hit after hit and the performance venues got bigger. And it's probably the main reason why they are still relevant today.
I wanna goooo
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