Richard Hell (born Richard Meyers; October 2, 1949) is an American singer, songwriter, bass guitarist, and writer. Hell is probably best known as frontman for the early punk rock band Richard Hell & The Voidoids. Their 1977 album, Blank Generation, influenced many other punk bands. Its title song was named "One of the 500 Songs That Shaped Rock" by music writers in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame listing, and, for instance, is ranked as one of the all-time top-ten punk songs by a 2006 poll of original British punk figures, as reported in the Rough Guide to Punk.
Since the late 1980s Hell has devoted himself primarily to writing, publishing two novels, as well as several other books. He was the film critic for BlackBook magazine from 2004–2006.
|Richard Hell (1949–)|
|Alternative names||Richard Meyers; Ричард Хелл; The Voidoids; Richard Hell And The Voidoids; Хэлл; Richard Hell; Хэлл, Ричард; Dim Stars; Richard Hell & The Voidoids; Хелл, Ричард; Richard Hell and The Voidoids; リチャード・ヘル&ザ・ボイドイズ; ボイドイズ; リチャード・ヘル&ヴォイドイズ; ヴォイドイズ; リチャード・ヘル&ボイドイズ; ザ・ヴォイドイズ; ザ・ボイドイズ; リチャード・ヘル&ザ・ヴォイドイズ; Hell|
|Description||American singer, songwriter, composer, writer, actor and novelist
American actor and musician
|Date of birth||2 October 1949|
|Location of birth||Lexington|
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