The lone living member of the Ramones’ classic lineup is not only a survivor, he’s thriving, hosting a radio show on SiriusXM, touring the world with his band, marketing his own pasta sauce
He’s always ready to draw from decades’ worth of classic Jamaican sounds in the service of his own cutting-edge recordings, the music of the extended Marley family, and hits by international artists like Lauryn Hill and Joss Stone.
At a time when jazz and rock drumming camps were largely polar, Danny Seraphine integrated his skills in both genres into a fresh, vibrant sound that launched megahits.
Jazz historians would point out that his free and abstract playing with the world-renowned pianist Cecil Taylor shattered conventions of timekeeping and helped redefine the rhythms of modern jazz.
After years of trolling through the underground, he’s finally found balance—and a musical home—with the progressive indie band Tera Melos.
In the ’60s, British kids hungry for exotic American sounds helped resuscitate the careers of countless R&B musicians from the States, a practice that continues to this day.
Playing with legendary Who vocalist Roger Daltrey is badass enough. But what happens when an opportunity to play with the Who itself drops in your lap?