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JAMSPHERE MAGAZINE, MAY 2015+2 19:38 PM
Silke Berlinn & The Addictions: “RETROPUNK” gives rock music the wakeup call
By: Rick Jamm May 16, 2015i
Silke Berlinn began singing in a Catholic girls’ choir at the age of 6. At 15, she formed her first band in NYC, leaving soon after for San Francisco to work with Robbie McKenzie of Mink deVille. Berlinn’s first recording, “Bizarre” was produced by Bill Graham with Brad Samuelson (Rolling Stones) engineering. Silke later returned to NYC, where she worked with The Addictions, which included, at various times Brendan Earley (Mutants); Steve Berman (Victims); Jerry Nolan (NY Dolls, Heartbreakers); Frank Infante (Blondie); Clement Burke (Blondie); Clarence Clemmons (E Street Band); The Hooters, Robbie Spinoza; Luigi Scorcia (Johnny Thunders Band); and Manhattan Rob Walsh.... More...
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"indication that “most of this music was assembled at home. Joni was assisted by Matt Lee (Now playing with Silke) and Steve Wessing. "
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