Alvin Gibbs

Being converted from the Beatles to the Stones very early in his musical discoveries was just the start of a journey for a young Alvin Gibbs, eventually establishing himself as a pillar of the community, the Punk Rock community. Alvin is best known for his driving bass guitar next to Charlie Harper's vocals in the …

Charlie Harper

Charlie Harper is not just a well-respected figure in the Punk music scene, he is thee figure in Punk music. Elevated to the legendary status by his peers as well as his audience he is the living blueprint for the movement, surviving for over 40 years in a touring band his reputation is unquestionable. The …

The Chronics

The Chronics were formed in 2013 playing old school punk from their Warwick/Leamington base, with influence from classic bands such as The Ramones, The Clash and Sham 69, inspiring them to release 2 EPs to date. Play: The Chronics - Head Banger   The Chronics are: Adam – Rhythm Guitar, Mike – Drums, Darren – Bass, …

Gaye Black (Advert)

The emergence of Punk in the mid 70s ignited changes not only in music but throughout industry and society in general, remnants from the movement are seen in clothes, design, as well as the DIY movement of journalism, Record labels and promotion etc. A huge change was also evident in that women grasped the platform …

The Ramones

The Ramones  Play: The Ramones-Blitzkrieg Bop The Ramones were created in 1974, with all band members taking the surname Ramone. The original Ramones line-up were: vocalist Joey , guitarist Johnny, bassist Dee Dee and drummer Tommy. Famous for short, fast and loud rock songs like “Beat on the Brat” and “I Wanna Be Sedated,” The …

CJ Ramone Interview

CJ Ramone. Christopher Joseph Ward, better known as C. J. Ramone, is an American musician best known for playing Bass for The Ramones after original member Dee Dee left the band. He took up the role from 1989 to 1996 making his mark not only as a bassist but also as an occasional singer. . He is …