When did the New York Dolls form?
1971New York Dolls / Active from
Who produced New York Dolls first album?
New York Dolls (album)
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What happened to New York Dolls?
The following year they signed with Mercury Records and released New York Dolls, produced by Todd Rundgren. Their 1974 follow-up, the aptly named Too Much Too Soon, gave title to the band’s dissolution as its members struggled with drug and alcohol addictions.
How many albums did the New York Dolls sell?
The record sold over 100,000 copies at the time and fell well short of expectations in the press. According to Rolling Stone in 2003, it ended up selling fewer than 500,000 copies.
Who were influenced by the New York Dolls?
The New York Dolls spawned everything that came out of New York City in the 1970s. The Ramones, Television, Blondie, Patti Smith – all of those guys were inspired by us.”
Which band was one of the most popular art rock groups?
Prominence in the 1970s: Before long, art-rock bands became showcases for their players’ virtuosity. Groups like King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, The Moody Blues, and Emerson Lake & Palmer were among the most recognizable players of their generation.
How many members of the New York Dolls are still alive?
Sylvain’s death leaves only one surviving member of the New York Dolls’ original line-up from their 1973 debut album, frontman David Johansen. The singer posted his own tribute on Instagram.
Who was the lead singer of New York Dolls?
singer David Johansen
The members were lead singer David Johansen (b. January 9, 1950, New York, New York, U.S.), lead guitarist Johnny Thunders (byname of John Genzale; b. July 15, 1952, New York—d.
Who signed the New York Dolls?
Mercury RecordsCleopatra RecordsAtco Records429 Records
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