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  1. Rave On, a song by The Real Kids on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie chartgenie.netinfo Duration: 1 min.
  2. Aug 01,  · Fronted by John Felice, main songwriter and guiding spirit, the Real Kids ran on equal parts adolescent rivalry, drugs, and as much beer as they could consume. When Felice wanted to tear up a club with his rockin' originals or his favorite rock & roll tunes (equally adept at both), the Kids could be a thing of raw beauty to watch and hear/5(15).
  3. Nov 09,  · The Real Kids was a Boston Garage Rock band. The line-up was formed by John Felice, former "Modern Lovers" guitarist in , on vocal and guitar, Alan "Alpo" Paulino on bass (died on 6 February of a heart attack), Billy Borgioli on guitar, Kevin Glasheen on .
  4. Rave On by The Real Kids was written by Bill Tilghman, Norman Petty and Sonny West and was first recorded and released by Sonny West in The Real Kids released it on the album The Real Kids in It was covered by Mickie Most, The Bad Boys [GB2], Victor Wood, Jerry Naylor and other artists.
  5. The Real Kids was a Boston Garage Rock band. The line-up was formed by John Felice, former "Modern Lovers" guitarist in , on vocal and guitar, Alan "Alpo" Paulino on bass (died on 6 February of a heart attack), Billy Borgioli on guitar, Kevin Glasheen on drums (then Howard Ferguson).
  6. Fronted by John Felice, main songwriter and guiding spirit, the Real Kids ran on equal parts adolescent rivalry, drugs, and as much beer as they could consume. When Felice wanted to tear up a club with his rockin' originals or his favorite rock & roll tunes (equally adept at both), the Kids could be a thing of raw beauty to watch and hear.9/
  7. The Real Kids Profile: American punk power pop rock'n'roll band from Boston, Massachusetts formed as The Kids (43) in by John Felice after he left The Modern Lovers.
  8. Jan 27,  · Coming soon on Crypt: two vinyl albs and a 79 minute CD of both albs chockfulla r&r greatness from John Felice & his various bandmates (Curt Naihersey, Jeff.

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