Punk Band "The Ramones"
The Ramones started a music revolution. They were the first true punk band. They could not play nor could they sing; that wasn't the point. Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, and Tommy were just four boys from Queens, New York looking for a good time. The Ramones were one of the first and most influential punk bands of the 1970's.
Joey Ramone, born Jeff Hyman, May 19, 1951, was the lead singer for the band. Like most of his generation, he remembered listening to rock'n'roll radio in the early 60's. "Rock'n'roll was a savior. It gave you the sense of being an individual. It was something you had-nobody else but you. I remember my father getting me a radio that you hooked on the windowsill and then listened to with an earphone. I used to listen to it under the covers and get caught!"1 Even though Joey credits the Beatles as his main influence, he had been into music much earlier. When he was a kid, his father gave him an accordion, which he squeezed until there was nothing left of it. …
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