Punk Rock 1970

1970 Punk Rock

Punk rock is a musical genre derived from rock, which appeared in the mid 70s and is associated with the punk movement of the same time. More Sottogenere: Album Rock, Hard Rock, Psychedelic/Garage, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Proto-Punk, AM Pop. Comra Punk Diary: The Ultimate Trainspotter's Guide To Underground Rock, 1970-1982. D.I.

Y. ethos of punk rock, which laid the foundation for alternative music in the late 1970s. Guarda la nostra selezione: 70s punk rock.

A youth movement that spread from England to the rest of Europe and the United States in the mid-1970s and was characterized by attitudes of rejection of society, expressed through deliberately provocative behavior and, above all, eccentric clothing (black clothes sprinkled with needles and rivets), "comb hairstyles," the heavy make-up used by both women and men.

A youth movement that spread from England to the rest of Europe and the United States in the mid-1970s and was characterized by attitudes of rejection of society, expressed through deliberately provocative behavior and, above all, eccentric clothing (black clothes sprinkled with needles and rivets), "comb hairstyles," the heavy make-up used by both women and men.

The music genre P. Rock spread in 1977 mainly in England (Sex Pistols, Clash, Buzzcocks, Television among the most important groups); it is characterized by the extremely reduced instrumentation from the field of Rock and Pop, for the intensive sounds, often violent, based on obsessive rhythms and the distorting effects of the electric guitar, for the provocative messages and rebellion conveyed both by the lyrics of the songs and by the attitudes of the musicians.

With its radical opposition to the dominant trends of 1970s rock music, considered incapable of expressing the feelings and lifestyles of younger generations, its rejection of virtuosity and any conventional form, p. rock has had an important influence on the development of the new movement.

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The honest John Plain was born in Leeds and his early musical influences include the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Small Faces. After the disappearance of the London SS Plain Dangerfield and Stahl form together with Duncan "Kid" Reid and Jack Black The Boys. The Lurkers also had little time for Plain to write their classic single "New Guitar In Town", which brought The Dead Pants to No. 1 more than a decade later.

Later Plain founded Crybabys and was voted "Best New Band in 1991" by Kerrang readers. The following year Rock am Turm Plain and Darrell Bath asked Crybabys to reform for their first concert in 8 years. With their first 1992 record "What Kind Of Rock N Roll" Crybabys seemed destined to play full time, but unfortunately it didn't work that way!

Immediately before the reunification of Crybabys, Plain recorded his third solo in Argentina with some famous South American musicians. "Honest John Plain & Amigos" was released by Angel Air on May 12th, 2003 with great applause from critics and suddenly there was a big request from Plain to take the ban onto the streets.

He quickly recruited Rushton and Sargegent and the Amigos were born. A European touring in Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Belgium in November 2003 led the group to quickly found a new band: Honest John Plain & Amigos. The Morecambe festival "Holidays in the sun" in July before returning to Annecy in September to polish their long-awaited debut and another sold-out concert.

During the concert the latest record "If Life Was Like A Gig Of John Plain's" was released.

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