MARKY RAMONE: New Video Interview Available

Legendary drummer Marky Ramone of the RAMONES was interviewed by Metalhead TV about his new project MARKY RAMONE'S BLITZKRIEG, also featuring Michale Graves (ex-MISFITS) on vocals, Alex Kane (ANTIPRODUCT) on guitar and Clare (ANTIPRODUCT) on bass. The group, which is currently on the road in Europe, is playing a set consisting of all the RAMONES classics which led to Marky's induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

Watch the 12-minute chat below.

As previously reported, Marky Ramone and Hilfiger Denim will launch their first clothing line consisting of leather jackets, jeans and t-shirts. The line will hit stores early 2009.

A documentary entitled "The Job That Ate My Brain: The Marky Ramone Story" consisting of clips of over 40 interviews with various artists, bandmembers and people that have been close to Marky throughout his career is currently in the works.
Marky was recently inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. His friend, drummer Carmine Appice, accepted the award on Marky's behalf.


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