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Behind the music on “Vinyl”: Did you spot Joey Ramone on last night's episode?
The third episode of “Vinyl,” the Martin Scorsese drama about the music business in the '70s, opens in an opulent ballroom during an industry tribute to Maury Gold (Paul Ben-Victor), Richie Finestra's (Bobby Canavale) mentor. Aside from the ridiculous ...
Caught Live: Sleater-Kinney - I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
Unfortunately only a few clips of the show made it online, but our favourite one is probably this performance of 'I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone', which is a song plucked from the group's 1996 album Call the Doctor.
Legendary Magic Shop music studio playing final tune after being priced out of
"Records liks like Counting Crows, Joey Ramone, Lou Reed, Norah Jones." Rocker Dave Grohl fought alongside Rosenthal to try and save the temple of tradition.
Call The Doctor Turns 20
There is only one aspect of Call The Doctor, Sleater-Kinney's second album, that's aged even remotely in the 20 years since its release: the fixation on tall, gawky, socially awkward New York rock frontmen in “I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone.
The 5 Most-Hated Rock and Roll Wives
Guitarist Johnny Ramone famously seduced singer Joey Ramone's girlfriend, Linda, and eventually married her. The highly insecure Joey was devastated by the affair, which may or may not have begun when he and Linda were still seeing each other.

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