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  1. Four Corners Music Festival bands announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Wakefield Daily Item

    ... is a local Melrosian group with an old-school punk sound and a progressive rock twist. Influenced by Pink Floyd, the Ramones, Metallica and Green Day, the band consists of lead guitarist Cole Feely, vocalist and rhythm guitarist Jack Tracey, bassist ...

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  2. Announcing DENNIS & LOIS Documentary About Rock n Roll's Greatest FansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BroadwayWorld.com

    There are bands, there are fans, and then there are Dennis and Lois. Today, BrooklynVegan is exclusively announcing a project over forty years in the making: the story of a New York couple who have transcended beyond just being "music fans", the legends behind the legends.

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  3. 10 Facts About The Ramones [News]Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Ultimate-guitar.com

    1. The Ramones band name was in reference to Paul Ramon, the pseudonym that Paul McCartney used to maintain his anonymity when checking into hotels. In a 1995 interview, Joey Ramone explained: 'In the days of the 'Silver Beatles,' Paul McCartney ...

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  4. Anent a vinyl revival, the art of the fanzine is not lostRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Sunday Herald

    ... was still a bargain, despite a mighty price hike to 30p - came out just a couple of months later, and included The Ramones, Blondie, The Stranglers and Johnny Thunders' Heartbreakers. It contained a little more typing, but was still mostly ...

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  5. The Cuban Punks Who Chose To Be Dead [News]Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Rock 'n' roll music was brought to Cuba in the late 1950s. Many Cuban musicians of the time used to translate American songs into Spanish, the same as Mexicans did.

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  6. Teenage Spider-Man reboot is surprisingly goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | ABC News

    ... the Queens neighbourhood of Forest Hills where Peter Parker goes to school - the home town, incidentally, of The Ramones, who deliver a burst of bar chord punk on the soundtrack. Various neighbourhood vignettes give a sense of texture and depth, ...

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  7. Tall Tales Told RAWRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Folio Weekly

    "Tall" Juan Zaballa gets heaped with a lot of easy descriptors: an Argentinian-born Latin Elvis.

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  8. Three strings and truthRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Warrington Guardian

    ... everything. John, whose twin brother Graham still lives in Warrington, added: "It was just brilliant seeing The Ramones and The Clash and The Undertones and all that stuff. "That's why when you listen to my music today it's punk blues. That's why ...

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  9. God save The QueersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Colorado Springs Independent

    ... recorded by the funny-animal kid's show band The Banana Splits. They also released a track-by-track rendition of The Ramones' Rocket to Russia album, mention of which prompts a particularly bittersweet memory. "This is a true story," says King. ...

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  10. Charleston's Dumb Doctors Want to Make Garage Rock Weird AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 4 | Free Times

    Taken literally, "garage rock" is a nonsensical term. Many of the subgenre's most recognizable standard bearers are blisteringly talented musicians, far removed from the shambolic, amateurish ne'er-do-wells one is likely to imagine playing in a garage band. 2 comments

  11. Critic's Notebook: Hey Violet and Terror Jr: The New Female Pop RebelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 4 | The New York Times

    In recent years, female pop has been remade again and again by rebels and outcasts, singers who exude skepticism and self-doubt, not blithe cool and exuberance. Lorde, Halsey, Alessia Cara and more: All thrive on the tension between their often gloomy mood and their instinctual gifts for pop songcraft.

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  12. Burger Boogaloo Breakdown: Lots of Sun and Hubbub at Mosswood ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | KQED

    ... honey oat bread meant I missed out on two great bands: Personal and the Pizzas: For those who live and die by the Ramones, Personal and the Pizzas are Heaven sent. Tight, 3-chord riffs provide a foundation for this band's blitzkrieg of catchy tunes, ...

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  13. Women to rock it at The Melon BallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Davis Enterprise

    The Melon Ball, Watermelon Music's new 100-seat performance venue, presents an all-female-fronted night of music on Saturday, July 22. Boston artist Carissa Johnson will perform an acoustic set starting at 8 p.m., followed by Los Angeles artist Vanessa Silberman, performing with her rock trio starting at 8:30 p.m., and Davis "dream pop" band Pastel Dream from 9:15 to 10 p.m. Silberman has been compared to a Female Nirvana that's slightly punk and energetic at times similar to The Ramones, but then expands and ranges to the likes of Chrissie Hynde meets Patti Smith and Neil Young. In the past 18 months, Silverman has played close to 270 shows in support of different singles and her self-titled EP.

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  14. AK•75-85 - Music photos by Murray CammickRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | Scoop

    ... aware of how radical the changes in music culture would be as the decade ended. Foreign punk/new wave acts like The Ramones, Iggy Pop and Blondie visited and locals like The Suburban Reptiles , The Scavengers and Toy Love put some energy into the ...

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  15. O-Zone: Hype it upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 29 | Jacksonville Jaguars

    ... shape my musical tastes. My older brother, Don, gave me "My Aim is True" by Elvis Costello and "Road to Ruin" by the Ramones for Christmas in 1978, and my friend Tim Berg a few summers later introduced me to bands such as the Clash, Squeeze, Devo on ...

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  16. 40 Years and Still Rocking - Manic Panic Celebrates...Read the original story

    Thursday Jun 29 | PRWeb

    ... ran their business without professional guidance, attracting rock 'n' roll royalty including David Bowie, Cher, The Ramones and Cindy Lauper. While members of Blondie's original lineup, Tish and Snooky introduced their now-famous vibrant hair dyes ...

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  17. Punk Rock Lifestyle Offers a Platform for Fans of Punk Rock to Connect OnlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 28 | 24-7 Press Release

    Punk Rock Lifestyle offers punk rockers a unique chance to prove punk's not dead, and expand their community online through punk rock dating . Their shirts might be dirty, and their hair might be greasy, but punk rockers know well that their attitude is clearer and stronger than ever, and they have to go with the times to preserve it.

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  18. Gucci To Launch New Book "Hortus Sanitatis"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Hypebeast.com

    ... Ridgers . Known for his documentation of capturing subcultures like the punk scene and bands such as Siouxie and The Ramones, Derek Ridgers shoots all of the best bits of Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele 's moments that the brand's ...

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  19. Undertones' middle-aged kicksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Yahoo!

    ... argue with that." Formed in 1975, the Undertones were Derry boys done good. Fired up by the New York punk of the Ramones and Television, mixed with the emergence of the Clash and Buzzcocks, by 1977 they were in the midst of the UK punk maelstrom, ...

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  20. the Diary: What N.I. Contributions really stand for - and why it's better to be sage than sorryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Sunday Herald

    ... HeraldScotland, laments: "As someone born in 1960, I knew I was old when I switched on my car radio and it was the Ramones, the seminal band of my punk years. AND still we can't leave Elton John's Airdrie show alone. Lanarkshire Police Division's ...

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