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Wendy Orlean Williams (May 28, 1949 – April 6, 1998), better known as Wendy O. Williams, was the lead singer for the band the Plasmatics, whose stage theatrics included blowing up equipment, near nudity and chain-sawing guitars.

Dubbed "The Queen of ," Williams was widely considered the most controversial and woman singer of her day. She often sported a trademark Mohawk haircut.

Williams was nominated in 1985 for a Grammy in the Best Female Rock Vocal category… read more

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  • Avatar for BeingofEvil
    screaming, bleeding, grinding, klassick musick for klassick timers
  • Avatar for CyberMusicLover
    In today's world of madness and so out of control way worse that in the 1980's when she ruled the Medea with her controversial stage performances. We could really use Wendy O. Williams now more than ever...We always needed her. However, there is no-one today Male nor Female alive to take charge and do a single pin-drop of all Wendy had done in her brief lifetime. This woman was the "Real Deal." No-one could ever take that away from her. Legends Never Die! Ain't that the truth!
  • Avatar for cloudyhead121
    She's definetely got some balls.
  • Avatar for MarinoDemon
    MarinoDemon I love you Wendy O. Williams, and I miss You! Rest In Peace <3
  • Avatar for WatsonPepeLives
    R.I.P.: Legends Never Die
  • Avatar for Paulo_heavyman
    Album "WOW" is fantastic :) Ain't None Of Your Business = power, Opus in Cm = beautiful ballad. LEGENDS NEVER DIE !
  • Avatar for LicenseToKill
    RAINHA!
  • Avatar for Ren-Honjou
    06.04.1998 a sad day in rock history. 14 years now. rest in peace, dear wendy =((
  • Avatar for d0l
    d0l
    @ZombieB she had a lovely face, you're mad.
  • Avatar for ZombieB
    she had fantastic body but her face was like Alan Vega

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