Chainsaws, suicides, the KKK – the typical ingredients for a rockin’ punk love song. In tunes like “What’s Your Game” and “I Don’t Care,” Joey Ramone shows us how it’s done.
Punk — as music — seemed deceptively “simple.” But its history is more complicated. The new book, “Spitting and Screaming,” digs in.
Chris Frantz has penned a memoir that captures both the days of the Talking Heads — and his deep love for wife Tina Weymouth.
That distinctive organ riff helped make “96 Tears” a classic hit. And its appeal wasn’t lost on other artists, including The Ramones and Aretha.