DENIM ICONS THE RAMONES
WHO: American punk rock band The Ramones with pseudonyms ending on Ramones.
THE MEMBERS: Dee Dee Ramone (Douglas Colvin), Johnny Ramone (John Cummings) Joey Ramone (Jeffry Hyman), Tommy Ramone (Thomas Erdelyi), Marky Ramone (Marc Bell), Richie Ramone (Richard Reinhardt) (Elvis Ramone (Clem Burke) and C. J. Ramone (Christopher Joseph Ward)
WHEN: Formed in 1974
WHERE: New York City neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens, US.
ACHIEVEMENTS: The Ramones made 2363 concerts and 14 studio albums and inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in 2007 and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
WHY DENIM ICONS? Toured in the name of denim nonstop for 22 years; 2263 concerts before their farewell concert in 1996. The Ramones’ visual imagery and art complemented the themes of their performance and music. The band members adopted a uniform look of long hair, leather jackets, T-shirts, torn jeans, and sneakers. This fashion emphasized minimalism, which was a powerful influence on the New York punk scene of the 1970s and reflected the band’s short, simple songs. Heavily influenced by Andy Warhol scene and Avant-garde films and comic books seen as the ultimate American band. The band released 14 studio albums and inspired to 48 tribute albums.
The Ramones on Wikipedia
The Ramones museum in Berlin
Full bio from Rolling Stone magazine
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