Nancy Lee Andrews was born in Jersey City, May 14, 1947.
She was one of the Eileen Ford models and became a photographer herself.
For music (Doors, Hendrix, Grateful Dead) Nancy and her friends
went to the Fillmore East. Got in through the back door.
That’s where she fell in love with Carl Radle,
base player for Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Leon Russell.
But really famous she became after May 27, 1974.
The day she met Ringo Starr at Peter Lawford’s Santa Monica beach home.
She was invited by John Lennon and May Pang.
That night she was Ringo’s poker partner.
Teasing him after he had a shave.
It’s growing back again.
May Pang and Nancy.
They were together for five years. When Ringo left her for Barbara Bach,
she sewed him for palimony (alimony for pals).
Nancy Lee Andrews nowadays
Her story and her pictures can be found in her book A Dose of Rock ‘n Roll
and on her site http://www.nancyleeandrews.com/
Linda Marie Daniele was born July 24, 1960 in New York.
(Says Wiki, some sites spell Danielle, I’m not sure.)
She’s better known as Linda Ramone, through her marriage
with Johnny Ramone, whose real name was John Cummings.
So officially she’s called Linda Cummings.
Linda and Johnny.
Joey and Linda.
Before Johnny, Linda had been with Joey.
Joey, Linda and Johnny
Linda and the Ramones
Joey wrote the song The KKK Took My Baby Away, which seems
to reflect the anger Joey felt when Linda left him for Johnny.
Although Joey’s brother Mickey Leigh denies that.
Linda says in a Billboard interview with Nicky Gostin:
They were friendly-ish. Joey always really wanted to have a hit single
and Johnny didn’t really care and of course when I left Joey, yeah …
Joey was a liberal Jew and Johnny very conservative of Irish origin.
When Joey was in the hospital dying of cancer,
Johnny refused to telephone him.
Tommy and Linda at the presentation of Johnny’s autobiography called Commando.
Today with Tommy died the last original Ramone.
Linda and Johnny’s statue at the Hollywood Forever Cemetry.
Since 2009 Linda is with The Olms’JD King.
Hardfloor are a producer duo from Germany:
Oliver Bondzio (left) and Ramon Zenker (right).
The song is on the album: Four Out Of Five Aliens Recommend This (2005)