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Punk rock musicians--Washington (D.C.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Don Hamerman collection of performing arts photographs

 Collection 0428-SCPA-HAMERMAN
Abstract Don Hamerman (b.1954) is a commercial photographer based out of Stamford, Connecticut. Hamerman was a staff photographer for Unicorn Times from 1978-1980, a monthly performing arts periodical from Washington, D.C. Known for his collection "My Found Baseballs," Hamerman’s work has been featured in publications such as Time’s “Lightbox,” NPR’s “Picture Show”, and periodicals such as New York, ...

Ian MacKaye digital collection of punk fanzines

 Collection 0415-SCPA
Abstract Ian MacKaye (b. 1962) is an American musician, record producer, and co-owner of Dischord Records. The Ian MacKaye digital collection of punk fanzines contains material from 1978 to 2020, and remains ongoing; the bulk of the material dates from 1986 to 2003, when MacKaye was a member of the punk band Fugazi. This collection contains digitized versions of print fanzines that MacKaye collected pertaining to punk music, culture, and communities both domestic and international. Many of the items...

Jason Farrell collection

 Collection 0223-SCPA
Abstract Jason Farrell (b. December 24, 1969) is a musician, graphic designer, and filmmaker who currently lives in Los Angeles, CA., but also spent several decades as a part of the punk music subculture in the Washington, D.C. area. The Jason Farrell collection contains items that span the years 1985 to 2007; the bulk of the materials date from 1987 to 1998 when Farrell was a member of the bands Swiz and, later, Bluetip. The materials in this collection primarily consist of show fliers and posters...

John Davis collection on punk

 Collection 0334-SCPA-DAVIS
Abstract John Davis (b. 1976) is an American musician, fanzine editor, librarian, and archivist. The John Davis collection on punk contains items that span the period from 1980 to 2022; the bulk of the material dates from 1994 to 1999 when Davis was editing the fanzines, Slanted and Held Like Sound. The collection contains concert photographs taken by Davis, fliers advertising punk concerts that Davis collected, ephemera related to D.C. punk...

June 25, 1987 - Washington, D.C. - dc space - w/Honor Role, 1987-06-25

 File — Box 1: Series 1; Series 2; Series 3; Series 4; Series 5 [Barcode: 31430059475543.1], Folder: 1.0

Kurt Sayenga collection

 Collection 0327-SCPA-SAYENGA

Kurt Sayenga (b. 1961) is a director, writer, producer, artist, and graphic designer who was also the editor and publisher of Greed fanzine from 1985 to 1989. This collection contains materials created by Sayenga related to the production and promotion of Greed.

Paul Bushmiller collection on punk, 1979-1992

 Collection 0346-SCPA-BUSHMILLER
Abstract Paul Bushmiller (b. 1959) is a copy cataloger in the Collection Strategies and Services division of the University of Maryland Libraries. During the period represented in this collection, Bushmiller was a student at the University of Maryland, as well as an assistant editor of Thrillseeker fanzine, and a disc jockey with UMD's student-run radio station, WMUC-FM. Bushmiller collected most of the fliers in this collection on the campus of the University of...

Sharon Cheslow punk flyers collection, 1979-1991

 Collection 0221-SCPA
Abstract Sharon Cheslow (b. 1961, Los Angeles, CA), an American musician, artist, author, and educator, is a notable figure in Washington, DC punk rock history, particularly in terms of the scene’s rise in prominence internationally. She was both an eyewitness and participant during the bedrock years of DC punk (late 1970s through early 1990s). The Sharon Cheslow Punk Flyers collection contains items that span the period of May 1, 1979 to December 30, 1991; the bulk of the material dates from 1980...

Shawna Kenney collection on punk and alternative rock

 Collection 0449-SCPA-KENNEY
Abstract Shawna Kenney (b. 1969) is an author and instructor who was active as a concert promoter in the Washington, D.C. punk subculture of the late 1980s and early 1990s. She also co-edited and published the fanzine No Scene with Pam Gendell from 1986 through 1988, which features interviews with punk bands and reviews of concerts and recordings. Along with Gendell, Kenney promoted concerts at the Safari Club in Washington, D.C., helping to build a second wave of hardcore...

Skip Groff papers

 Collection 0298-SCPA-GROFF

Frank “Skip” Groff [1948-2019] was a record producer, record store owner, disc jockey, United States Army veteran, and record promoter who was a primary figure in the Washington, D.C. area punk scene in the 1970s and 1980s. The Skip Groff papers includes recordings related to Groff’s career as a disc jockey and record store owner, photographs, correspondence, ephemera, magazines, clippings, and an oral history interview with Groff.