End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones
In 1974, the New York City music scene was shocked into consciousness by the violently new and raw sound of a band of misfits from Queens called The Ramones. Playing in a seedy Bowery bar to a small group of fellow struggling musicians, the band struck a chord of disharmony that rocked the foundation of the mid-seventies music scene. This quartet of unlikely rock stars traveled across the country and around the world connecting with the disenfranchised everywhere, while sparking a movement that would resonate with two generations of outcasts across the globe. Although the band never reached the top of the Billboard charts, they managed to endure by maintaining a rigorous touring schedule for twenty-two years.
Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone, Marky Ramone, C.J. Ramone, Ritchie Ramone, Arturo Vega, Danny Fields, Legs McNeil, Joe Strummer, Eddie Vedder, Rodney Bingenheimer, Christopher Ward, Roberta Bayley, Clem Burke, Captain Sensible, Jayne County, Lars Frederiksen, John Frusciante, Kirk Hammett, Deborah Harry, John Holmstrom, David Kessel, Dan Kessel, Anthony Kiedis, Walter Lure, Glen Matlock, Thurston Moore, Daniel Rey, Chris Stein, Rob Zombie, Thomas Erdelyi