Tag: punk rock

Poly Styrene (1957 – 2011)

Been on a kick lately. Listening to music from the late ’70s and early ’80s. Which means lots of classic New Wave and Punk Rock. Due to this, it was time for a portrait of Poly Styrene. For those who don’t know, Poly Styrene is best known as the lead vocalist for the seminal British…

New Radio Episode This Wednesday

If you haven’t heard, I’m doing my radio show again. This time remote. You can hear the show every Wednesday from 7-8pm ET on WHCSradio.org. Last week I interviewed returning guest Maria Photinakis. She recently had an article in the Boston Globe about her Covid19 diaries, which you can check out on WEBTOON. Hopefully I…

Punk’s Not Dead – Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week 6/11/2019

This past Saturday, IncrediCon over in Middletown, NY went pretty well. Now that I’m back from Upstate NY, here’s the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week. It’s a sketch from 2018, but decided to post now. Of course I have some new greeting cards for sale. Three new designs. Below is a photo of two…

Guest Blog – Open Letter To Wendy O Williams

Today is a special entry. It’s a guest blog from blogger who for the time wants to remain private. When this writer offered this piece, I was very honored. Besides, it’s always nice to meet another music¬†aficionado. The open letter below is dedicated to Wendy O’ Williams. Best known as the vocalist for The Plasmatics,…

Gabba Gabba Hey! Joey Ramone On Sketch Lottery!

Hey ho, let’s go! Last week’s Sketch Lottery character was the late, great Joey Ramone. So you know I didn’t want to miss a chance drawing him. Funny part was I never saw The Ramones live. However, I did see Joey Ramone walk around St. Mark’s Place twice. I didn’t go up to him. Perhaps…

Scenes From Punk Island Art Auction Benefit May 2013

This past Friday was the benefit for Punk Island, taking place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. There were bands which afterwards was an art auction. Local artists donated artwork to raise money for Punk Island 2013. So not only have I not managed to make it to any of the Punk Island shows, I almost didn’t make…

Welcome To My Nightmare V Photos

Last night was of course, the Welcome To My Nightmare V event. If you’ve been following this blog, you might be sick of seeing the flier posted every other day. Here’s some of the photos from last night: There were some bands that I couldn’t take photos of, because it was getting crowded. All in…

Death Of A Favorite Villain (Malcolm McLaren)

Whether you loved him or hated him, Malcolm McLaren did have an impact of music still being felt to this day. McLaren is best known as the controversial, double handed yet charismatic manager behind The Sex Pistols. After a short stint as a manager for the seminal Glam band The New York Dolls, he went…