On the Road with the Ramones. Monte Melnick, Frank Meyer
ISBN: 9781847721037 | 12 pages | 4 Mb
On the Road with the Ramones Monte Melnick, Frank Meyer
Publisher: Bobcat Books
The Ramones were punks, not Beats. It had its fun and sad moments. He was there from the beginning and he saw it all. It's no secret they weren't getting along. The NEW UPDATED EDITION of “On The Road With The Ramones.” With new pages, photos and info on what's been happening to the legacy of the Ramones since 2003. This is a real photo of the Raqmoes taken in the NYC swbway. KM: There are many Ramones books out there, but this one is really good. When my band, D Generation, went on the road in the mid-'90s, we opened a bunch of Northeast dates for The Ramones. His replacement would be Marc Bell, who would go by the pseudonym Marky Ramone. The spring of 1978, Marky joined the Ramones. An interview with Ramones tour manager of 22 years, Monte Melnick. Tommy grew tired of being on the road and left The Ramones in early 1978. Late in 2003, Melnick released the book On the Road with The Ramones with journalist Frank Meyer. Of course the graffiti was put in later. This is a MUST-HAVE book for all Ramones fans. �On The Road With The Ramones” http://www.ontheroadwiththeramones.com.