Chrissie Hynde once commented that every punk band (“And I knew them all”) had both New York Dolls albums, illustrating the Dolls’ influence. In 2004, the three surviving members reunited for some work. In 2006, now down to two surviving members, the band released a new album, One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This. Two albums followed after this, Cause I Sez So in 2009, followed up by a revamped lineup for 2011’s Dancing Backward in High Heels.
* David Johansen - vocals, harmonica (1971-1977, 2004-present)
* Sylvain Sylvain - guitar, bass, piano (1971-1977, 2004-present)
* Jason Hill – bass (2010–present)
* Earl Slick – guitar (2011–present)
* Brian Delaney - drums (2005-present)
* Johnny Thunders (deceased) - guitar, vocals (1971-1975)
* Rick Rivets - guitar (1971)
* Arthur Kane (deceased) - bass guitar (1971-1975, 2004)
* Billy Murcia (deceased) - drums (1971-1972)
* Jerry Nolan (deceased) - drums (1972-1976)
* Blackie Lawless - guitar (1975)
* Peter Jordan - bass (1975-1977)
* Chris Robison - keyboards (1975-1977)
* Tony Machine - drums (1976-1977)
* Gary Powell - drums (2004)
* Steve Conte - guitar (2004-2010)
* Sami Yaffa - bass (2005-2010)
* Frank Infante - guitar (2010-2011)
* Brian Koonin - keyboards (2005-2006)
Edited by ericsonolsen on 23 Jul 2012, 21:08
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