This month marks the 40th anniversary since four guys from Forrest Hills, Queens, started a musical revolution called punk rock. To celebrate The Ramones debut album, the Queens Museum in Flushing is serving up a visual timeline of the bands memorabilia, legacy and personal items.
We checked it out over the weekend, take a look at some pictures. The exhibit runs until July 31.
Above: original CBGB's fliers for the Ramones / Below: the original hand painted cover for Adios Amigos.
Below: "Beat on the Brat" Promo shirt, lyrics and original baseball bat.
Above: Dee Dee Ramone original art / Below: Joey Ramone fliers and street sign.
Above: Shepard Fairy paintings of The Ramones / Below: Screening of Live Concert Film
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