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JONEE EARTHQUAKE BAND / Press

“Punk buccaneer Jonee Earthquake rumbles below the surface By BARRY THOMPSON | November 24, 2008 Anyone who's dabbled in New England punk circuits during the past 30 years probably doesn't need an explanation of the Jonee Earthquake Band, since he or she has almost certainly shared a bill or two with them. This affinity for swashbuckler chic is derived from an early-'60s UK band, Johnny Kidd and the Pirates. Witnessing punk's nascent stage during a half-year stay in England, Earthquake was inspired to start a band of his own upon returning to Manchester, New Hampshire, in 1979. It was in the course of auditioning drummers that first encountered an ambitious young gentleman named GG Allin. Although Allin never actually showed up for the audition, he nonetheless proved to be a handy person to know......”

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