John Cummings & Johnny Ramone

John Cummings is a Scottish musician and record producer, best known for being a member of Glaswegian band Mogwai, mostly playing guitar, as well as programming, keyboards and vocals. John William Cummings (October 8, 1948 – September 15, 2004), better known by his stage name Johnny Ramone, was an American guitarist and songwriter, best known for being the guitarist for the Punk Rock band the Ramones. 5.0/5

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October 8th: On this Day. 1948, Born on this day, Johnny Ramone, guitar, the Ramones (John Cummings), 1977 UK...
Born on this day in 1948 in Long Island, New York, John William Cummings, aka 'Johnny Ramone' http…
Jeffrey Ross Hyman (May 19, 1951 – April 15, 2001), best known by his stage name Joey Ramone, was an American musician and singer-songwriter, best known as the Lead Vocalist of the Punk Rock band the Ramones. Joey Ramone's image, voice, and tenure as frontman of the Ramones made him a countercultural icon. In 1974, Jeffrey Hyman co-founded the Punk Rock band Ramones with friends John Cummings and Douglas Colvin, upon which point all three adopted stage names using "Ramone" as their surname: Cummings became Johnny Ramone, Colvin became Dee Dee Ramone, and Hyman became Joey Ramone. The name Ramone stems from a story that Paul Mccartney briefly used the stage name "Paul Ramone" during the Beatles early days when the band used the name The Silver Beetles. Joey initially served as the group's drummer while Dee Dee Ramone was the original vocalist. However, when Dee Dee's vocal cords proved unable to sustain the demands of consistent live performance, Ramones manager Thomas Erdelyi suggested Joey switch to vo ...
Punk Rock pioneer Jeffrey Ross Hyman, better known as Joey Ramone, died on this date in 2001 after a 7-year battle with lymphoma. When he and bandmates John Cummings and Douglas Colvin founded The Ramones in Forest Hills, Queens, in 1974 they came up with the novel approach of having each band member take the surname Ramone. They got the idea from a pseudonym - Paul Ramon - that Paul Mccartney used when the "Silver Beetles" were touring in 1960. Joey, lead singer and co-songwriter, was the heart of the band. He was long-haired and lanky and defined New York punk fashion with his black Schott Perfecto leather jacket, torn jeans, striped t-shirts, and sneakers. The original band members included Cummings (Johnny Ramone) on guitar, Colvin (Dee Dee Ramone) on bass, and Thomas Erdelyi (Tommy Ramone) on drums. In November 2003, New York City officials renamed a block of East 2nd Street in the Bowery "Joey Ramone Place." The sign that marks the site was stolen and replaced four times in 2003. It now stands 20 fe ...
This Day in Rock... 1951 – Johnny Ramone – the Ramones’ famed one-chord guitarist – is born in Long Island, N.Y. His real name is John Cummings. 1957 – Jerry Lee Lewis cuts “Great Balls of Fire” after a lengthy dispute with his producer over whether he was supposed to be playing the devil’s music. 1962 – The young Beatles record a session at Liverpool, England’s EMI Studios to be played on Radio Luxembourg’s Friday Spectacular program. 1964 – Ringo Starr successfully passes his driving test on the same day the Beatles have their first recording session for “I Feel Fine.” 1964 – ‘Oh Pretty woman’ is at No. 1 in the UK on This Day in Rock Music History! 1968 – “Mama” Cass Elliot plays her first solo gig at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace. Her two-week run there is canceled when the band proves to be poorly rehearsed and she comes down with tonsillitis. 1968 – The Beatles work on recording “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill,” and Yoko Ono cuts the first female ...
Gabba Gabba Hey!!! Okay the question was posed to me, "Are the Ramones all brothers?" The answer is no, no and no. Johnny Ramone, guitar, was born John Cummings, Joey Ramone, vocals, born Jeffrey Hyman, Dee Dee Ramone's, bass 74-89, real name is Douglas Colvin, Tommy Ramone's, drummer 74-78, true identity is Thomas Erdelyi, Marky Ramone, drummer 78-83 87-96, is Marc Bell, Richie Ramone, drummer 83-87, Richard Beau or Reinhardt, ok I'm not totally sure, C-Jay Ramone, bass 89-96, Christopher Ward. Alright you Ramoniacs!! Yes, Clem Burke, Clemmy/Elvis Ramone from Blondie did play with them for two shows in as many weeks while they were in secret sessions with Marky. However, with that said he definitely was not a brother to any of them. So you say, how did they all end up with the same name?? Answer, Johnny and Dee Dee, Johnny mostly, got tired of saying when introduced to music execs or fellow musicians "I'm Johnny of the Ramones" so he started saying he was Johnny Ramone and Dee Dee followed suit. Then th ...
New York (Reuters) - Johnny Ramone, guitarist for seminal punk band the Ramones, pioneered a fast, no-nonsense sound that made him one of the most influential guitarists of all time. "Commando: the Autobiography of Johnny Ramone," released nearly 8 years after Ramone, born John Cummings, died of pro...
''And I was no longer John Cummings-I became Johnny Ramone.''
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