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KCET announces the winners of Punk Rock Stories.
From thrift store shopping to rocking out in every show they could find, Lisa Zeigel recalls her punk rock experiences.
The first time I tasted freedom was through Siouxsie and the Banshees and their battle cry.
I grew up in New Hampshire and got into punk at an early age by idolizing some of the older kids in the neighborhood who played in bands.
My #1 Story: Dancing in a go-go cage for Elvis Costello.
One summer night in the early 80s Ivan, Tony and I got into a little unwanted trouble. We were bored so we decided to do a small political action.
In the spring of 1979 I was just out of high school and looking to break into singing with bands. I wound up in the punk rock scene by happenstance...