Johnny Ramone (John Cummings): Johnny was one of the four original member of the Ramones. He played guitar and vocals from 1974-1996.

Joey Ramone (Jeffery Hyman): Joey was the frontman of the Ramones from 1974-1996.

Dee Dee Ramone (Douglas Colvin): Dee Dee played the bass guitar from 1974-1989.

Tommy Ramone (Thomas Erdelyi): Along with Johnny, Joey, and Dee Dee, Tommy was among the original member of the Ramones. He played the drums from 1974-1978.

Marky Ramone (Marc Bell): Marky stepped in for Tommy in 1978 and took over playing drums for the Ramones. he played until 1983, but came back four years later in 1987, and stayed until the end. Marky is the only substitute musician inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the four original members of the Ramones.

Richie Ramone (Richard Reinhardt): Richie played the drums in 1983, but was later replaced by Marky Ramone once he rejoined in 1987. Besides Tommy, Richie is the only Ramones drummer to be the sole writer and composer of Ramones songs. This includes "Somebody Put Something in my Drink". Here is a live sample of the song

C.J. Ramone (Christopher Joseph Ward): After Dee Dee left the band in 1989, C.J. played the bass until the end in 1996.

Elvis Ramone (Clem Burke): Clem Burke is the drummer for the band Blondie. He only played two shows with the Ramones in 1987. He played in Rhode Island on August 28 and in New Jersey on August 29.





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