York Dolls

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Jerry Nolan - Career
... Brooklyn, Nolan joined The New York Dolls in the autumn of 1972 to replace Billy Murcia, who had died of asphixiation in a failed attempt to revive him from a drug overdose while on tour in England, early in the ... The Dolls got a record deal with Mercury Records in 1973 ... Criss (KISS' original drummer) who auditioned for The New York Dolls at the same time ...
Billy Murcia
... Colombia and raised in Jackson Heights, New York, was the original drummer for the New York Dolls ... Murcia was a fundamental ingredient of the original New York Dolls sound and played during their now-legendary series of weekly shows at the Mercer Arts Center ... He died before the New York Dolls recorded their first record and was later replaced by Jerry Nolan in 1973 ...
Marty Thau
... - new wave label and for being the manager of the New York Dolls and co-producer of Suicide's classic self-titled debut album ... Thau was raised in New York City and attended New York University, 1956-1960 ... renewal of rock 'n' roll in the form of the legendary New York Dolls ...
Sami Yaffa - Biography - New York Dolls, Michael Monroe and Compulsions With The Members of Guns'n'Roses
... In 2004 Yaffa joined the legendary punk / rock band New York Dolls ... In 2006, when not working with the revamped New York Dolls, Yaffa also toured as a member of Jesse Malin's backing band ...
Boom Boom Kid - Music Career
... both singers are somehow obsessed with The New York Dolls (Fun People has covered the song "Trash" by the New York Dolls, whilst Morrissey has covered this same song live, besides from having been the ...

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