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'''Gabba Gabba Gazette''' is thought to be the first [[punk]] [[zine]] to emerge in Chicago.  
 
'''Gabba Gabba Gazette''' is thought to be the first [[punk]] [[zine]] to emerge in Chicago.  
  
Produced by Mary Alice Ramel, the zine was started in 1977 and was published until 1978. The Assistant Editor was Jeanne Bukowski.
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Produced by Mary Alice Ramel, who became the inspiration for the character 'Riff Randell' in the movie ''Rock ‘n’ Roll HIgh School''. the zine was started in 1977 and was published until 1978.  
  
Contributors of writing included Noe Boudreau. Contributors of art work included Steve Levin.  
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The Assistant Editor was Jeanne Bukowski. The Art Editor was Steve Levin.
  
The zine covered bands such as Appliances, Blondie, Boomtown Rats, The Curse, Destroy All Monsters, Devo, The Diodes, Erasers, Robert Gordon, Richard Hell and the Voidoids, David Johansen, Johnny and the G-Rays, Nick Lowe, The Modern Lovers, The Mumps, Pere Ubu, Popperz, The Ramones, The Real Kids, The Residents, Secrets, The Sillies, Skafish, Patti Smith Group, The Suburbs, Talking Heads, Television, Link Wray, and the scene surrounding the first punk club, LaMere Vipere.
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Contributors of writing included Noe Boudreau,  Jeanne Genie, and Sharon Mesmer. Contributors of art work included Steve Levin, who did illustrations for most of the covers during the run of the title.
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The zine covered bands such as Appliances, Blondie, Boomtown Rats, David Bowie, The Curse, The Dead Boys, Destroy All Monsters, Devo, The Diodes, Erasers, Robert Gordon, Richard Hell and the Voidoids, The Jam, David Johansen, Johnny and the G-Rays, Nick Lowe, The Modern Lovers, The Mumps, Pere Ubu, Iggy Pop, Popperz, The Ramones, The Real Kids, Lou Reed, The Residents, Secrets, The Sillies, Silver Abuse, Skafish, Patti Smith Group, The Suburbs, Talking Heads, Television, Tutu and the Pirates, and Link Wray.
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''Gabba Gabba Gazette'' was the house organ of La Mere Vipere, which was one of the first punk clubs in the nation and the coverage of the punk scene at the club and in Chicago was the primary focus.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:52, 30 March 2018

Gabba Gabba Gazette
Issue 7 March 1978
Cover art by Steve Levin

Gabba Gabba Gazette is thought to be the first punk zine to emerge in Chicago.

Produced by Mary Alice Ramel, who became the inspiration for the character 'Riff Randell' in the movie Rock ‘n’ Roll HIgh School. the zine was started in 1977 and was published until 1978.

The Assistant Editor was Jeanne Bukowski. The Art Editor was Steve Levin.

Contributors of writing included Noe Boudreau, Jeanne Genie, and Sharon Mesmer. Contributors of art work included Steve Levin, who did illustrations for most of the covers during the run of the title.

The zine covered bands such as Appliances, Blondie, Boomtown Rats, David Bowie, The Curse, The Dead Boys, Destroy All Monsters, Devo, The Diodes, Erasers, Robert Gordon, Richard Hell and the Voidoids, The Jam, David Johansen, Johnny and the G-Rays, Nick Lowe, The Modern Lovers, The Mumps, Pere Ubu, Iggy Pop, Popperz, The Ramones, The Real Kids, Lou Reed, The Residents, Secrets, The Sillies, Silver Abuse, Skafish, Patti Smith Group, The Suburbs, Talking Heads, Television, Tutu and the Pirates, and Link Wray.

Gabba Gabba Gazette was the house organ of La Mere Vipere, which was one of the first punk clubs in the nation and the coverage of the punk scene at the club and in Chicago was the primary focus.

External links