Clips from German TV Show Beat Club, circa 1971, of the original Alice Cooper band playing Ballad of Dwight Frye, posted on Youtube by drummer Neal Smith.
IF YOU ARE IN NEW YORK, CHECK OUT HER EXHIBITION AT STATION INDEPENDENT PROJECTS ON THE LOWER EAST SIDE
Not a supporter of the royal family: "My father worked very hard and had a lot of tax taken off to support what I'd seen as a bunch of lazy good-for-nothing inbreds. And I think time has proved me right. The British now completely agree with me on that. So my attitude would be about them now to sell them off to Disneyland. I think that they would be wonderful next to the Epcot Centre! And that would solve a lot of Britain's economic problems."
LEGS MCNEIL: LET'S GO TO THE ACTION Interview by Chris Ziegler There's no single definitive history of punk, just like there's no single definitive punk record. (Although trying to find one is lots of fun!) But Leg's McNeil's book Please Kill Me has probably pulled in at lease as many people toward the Ramones and Iggy Pop as the music itself. Published with co-author Gillian McCain in 1997 Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk has become McNeil's best-known work, a touchstone of music history that's even taught in certain universities, where good students get to learn in detail just how depraved rock 'n' roll could be.
SHEENA IS A PUNK ROCKER EMBROIDERED WALL ART
Question: WHAT could be cuter than a bunch of kids jumping around, singing a song together? Answer: A bunch of kids jumping around singing a Ramones song together—especially when English is their second language! That's the scene in this video, filmed at the Sullivan School in Seoul, South Korea, with a class of three to five year olds. Check it out: You’ve probably seen this video before; it’s gone viral, and was featured on CBS News! Teaching youngsters English with the Ramones song “Judy Is A Punk” was the idea of teacher Peter Strutt, a native of Iowa, who told news.com in Australia: