Tommy Ramone (nee Erdelyi) producing Redd Kross’ Neurotica.
We are saddened by the news that Tommy (Erdelyi) Ramone has passed away; and had hoped it was a hoax.
Aside from the huge inspiration The Ramones and their music had on Redd Kross – Tommy left an indelible mark on Redd Kross with his production of the now considered classic album “Neurotica”. He will be sorely missed, but his influence and spirit will live on with the Ramones music and legacy.
We are forever grateful to have had the opportunity of working with him.
Gabba Gabba Hey, Godspeed Tommy – thank you for all your wonderful contributions and hard work for music and pop culture.
Redd Kross’ “Born Innocent” is named #39 of the 50 Greatest American Punk LP’s in the March 2014 issue of Uncut Magazine.
New Year’s Eve will be unusual for Jeff McDonald from the campy Los Angeles rock combo Redd Kross. The band – which includes his brother Steven – plays The City with old chums The Melvins and Frightwig, backing their latest riff-fest, “Researching the Blues.” But it’s not exactly McDonad’s preference. Most holidays, he and his wife Charlotte Caffey (of Go Go’s renown) watch “Rocking New Year’s Eve” on TV. He says, “New Year’s is a holiday that I’ve basically given up on, because people have these really high expectations for good times and it’s basically a hooligan’s paradise.”
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Thu, December 19, 2013 8:00 pm
Los Angeles, CA
$14.00 – $16.00
This event is 18 and over
Punk rock provocateur Bill Bartell (aka Pat Fear) has left for a tour of the beyond. His friends and favorite bands are gathering to pay memorial tribute with what united them in the first place- Music. Performances from The Germs, with guest Charlotte Caffey of the Go-Go’s, Redd Kross, and other special guests
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