"A History of Punk & Metal" Part 1
"A History of Punk & Metal"
..Two Revolutionary, Ground Breaking Bands
..Two Successful Melodic Rock Bands
One Multi-Platinum Solo Career
Beauvoir, originally with the Plasmatics, the most outrageous, controversial and successful Punk Rock Metal band ever who influenced generations of up and coming artist's and fashion icons went on to a multi-platinum solo career. He was also a longtime songwriter and producer for the legendary Ramones, who influenced generations of artist's and fashion icons as well.
Wherever the Plasmatics performed, legions of fans and the news outlets followed. After leaving the Plasmatics, Beauvoir toured with Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul before breaking into his multi-platinum solo career. The hit single from his solo debut album was personally selected by Sylvester Stallone for the film Cobra, receiving at the time one of the largest, advertising and promotional campaigns for a Hollywood movie to date.
Today, the Ramones are hailed as "one of the greatest Punk bands in the world" with their own Ramones Museum Berlin. The Jean Beauvoir penned and produced Ramones song "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg" retitled "My Brain is Hanging Upside Down" featured in "School Of Rock" (Jack Black) also won the New York Music Award for "Best Single" and is referred to as "brilliant" by Rolling Stone. The song is also referred to as "the best Ramones song ever written and best Joey Ramone vocal performance of their career" by Salon's Wyman.
Together the Plasmatics and the Ramones became "two of the most revolutionary bands" in music history. Their members are revered as the Godfathers and Grand Dame (Wendy O. Williams) of Punk & Metal.
Four Jean Beauvoir Albums Part of Music History:
Vol. 1 | The Awakening | Voodoo X
Crown Of Thorns | The Debut
Faith | Crown Of Thorns Series of Albums
Drums Along the Mohawk | Multi-Platinum Solo Debut Album
Throughout his storied career since the Plasmatics Jean Beauvoir has collaborated (written and/or produced hits) with KISS, The Ramones, John Waite, Debbie Harry, N'SYNC, Lionel Richie, Nile Rodgers, Desmond Child, Doro Pesch and many others, including five Rock'n Roll Hall of Fame inductees. His music has been included in well known, successful films throughout his solo career including Cobra (Sylvester Stallone) - Pet Sematary (Stephen King) - School of Rock (Jack Black) - Christmas with the Kranks (Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis and Dan Aykroyd) - Rock 'n Roll High School Forever and many more. Today, Jean Beauvoir is ranked "One of Top 50 Most Influential Black Rockers" in music history.
A Godfather of Punk and Metal