The NY Dolls were an interesting side note to the Glam Rock movement of the early seventies playing straight ahead rock n’ roll through a filter of ambiguous sexuality. While David Bowie, Lou Reed, and T-Rex tended to take it all very seriously, the Dolls opted for high camp, dressing like female prostitutes and being fronted by David Johanson, an over-the-top Mick Jagger-by-way-of-the-Bronx impersonator. Their music, while in the Glam sub-genre, could be described as pre-punk and Malcolm McLaren managed them a few years before he formed the Sex Pistols. Johanson would later become lounge act Buster Poindextor and ended up in a few movies (notably as the angelic cabbie in Scrooged). Guitarist Johnny Thunders died in 1991.
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