|David Johansen Wiki/Profile|
|Name/Famous as||David Johansen|
|Born||New York City, NY|
|Birthday||January 9, 1950|
|Age||69 years old|
|Other Name||David, Johansen|
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David Johansen Biography
David Johansen is best known as a Punk Singer. Also known as Buster Poindexter, Johansen was a former singer-songwriter with the protopunk band The New York Dolls who released his self-titled solo album in 1978. David Johansen was born on January 9, 1950 in New York City, NY. He was in a band called the Vagabond Missionaries. David Johansen is one of the most successful Punk Singer. He has ranked on the list of famous people who were born on January 9, 1950.
David Roger Johansen (sometimes spelled David Jo Hansen; born January 9, 1950) is an American singer, songwriter and actor. He is best known as a member of the seminal proto-punk band the New York Dolls. He is also known for his work under the pseudonym Buster Poindexter.
In 2004, Johansen reunited with Sylvain Sylvain and Arthur Kane of the New York Dolls. Owing to the success of the tour, in 2006 the New York Dolls released One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This, their first album in nearly thirty years. It was critic Robert Christgau’s choice for album of the year. In 2009 the band released Cause I Sez So and in 2011 Dancing Backward in High Heels.
He also has a position among the list of Most popular Punk Singer. David is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 69 years old.
Family: Parents, Children & Relatives
He married Mara Hennessey and has a stepdaughter named Leah. He has not shared enough information about family details. However, our team currently working, we will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Childrens information.
Johansen began his career in the late 1960s as a lead singer in a local Staten Island band, the Vagabond Missionaries, and later in the early 1970s as the singer/songwriter in the proto-punk band, the New York Dolls. The New York Dolls released two albums, the eponymous New York Dolls (1973) and Too Much Too Soon (1974). The bulk of the material was written by Johansen and guitarist Johnny Thunders. The Dolls were well received critically, but did not succeed commercially.
In addition to his own albums, Johansen contributed songs to the soundtracks of the films Times Square and The Aviator (“Flowers of the City” and “Ain’t Cha Glad” respectively) and guests on About Them Shoes, a CD by veteran blues man Hubert Sumlin. Another non-album track of his, “Johnsonius”, appears on the 1984 compilation A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse and “The Rope (The Let Go Song)”, a track originally recorded during the sessions for his eponymous first album, and published on the B-side of the single, “Funky But Chic”, a song that was performed by the original New York Dolls before breaking up.
|Other Relatives||Not Available|
During the 1970s, Johansen had a long-term relationship with actress Cyrinda Foxe. They married in 1977, but divorced within a year in 1978, after Foxe left him for Steven Tyler, whom she married shortly after the divorce. From 1983 to 2011, Johansen was married to photographer Kate Simon.
Age, Height & Measurements
David Johansen current age 69 years old years old. He born under the Capricorn horoscope as David's birth date is January 9. David Johansen height 6 Feet 2 Inches (Approx) & weight 255 lbs (115.6 kg) (Approx.). Right now we don't know about body measurements. We will update in this article.
Johansen’s legs appeared in John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s 1971 film Up Your Legs Forever.
|Height||6 Feet 3 Inches (Approx)|
|Weight||191 lbs (86.6 kg) (Approx)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size||9 (US), 8 (UK), 42.5 (EU), 27 (CM)|
Johansen has worked consistently with Sylvain Sylvain, drummer Tony Machine (formerly an agent who worked for Leber & Krebs, a member of the New York Dolls in 1975-1976, and a fixture in many David Johansen groups and throughout the Buster Poindexter period) and Brian Koonin, guitarist and banjo player with Buster Poindexter and The Harry Smiths, as well as keyboard player with the New York Dolls for the first reunion engagement and the One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This CD and tour.
David Johansen Net Worth
Estimated Net Worth: $1-2 Million
David Johansen net worth has been growing significantly. David Johansen’s most of wealth comes from being a successful Punk Singer. We have estimated David's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth||$1-2 Million|
|Source of Income||Punk Singer|
|Source of Income||Punk Singer|
|Verification Status||Not Verified|
In 1975, Johnny Thunders and Jerry Nolan left the band. Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain, along with Peter Jordan, Chris Robison, and Tony Machine, continued playing as the New York Dolls until 1976, after which Johansen embarked on a solo career. His first two albums, David Johansen and In Style, featured several enduring originals. Sylvain Sylvain frequently performed with him, and his band covered many Dolls songs in concert; his live albums Live It Up and The David Johansen Group Live document Johansen’s reputation as an exceptional concert performer. The studio releases Here Comes the Night (which includes a signature number, “Heart of Gold”) and Sweet Revenge again showcased his strengths as a writer of new material and featured a guest appearance by jazz saxophone player Big Jay McNeely. A number of the songs on Here Comes the Night were co-written with South African musician Blondie Chaplin. In 1982 Johansen was the opening act for The Who at several U.S. East Coast concerts, Shea Stadium Queensborough and Capital Centre.
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|Currently Dating With||Under Review|
|Previously Dated with||Not Known|
|Is David Johansen married or Single?||Unknown|
Johansen acted in several films during the 1980s and 1990s, and in 2000, had a brief role on the HBO drama series Oz. He appeared in the television series The Adventures of Pete & Pete in the episode “On Golden Pete”, in which he played a park ranger. He appeared in the Muppet Television segment of an episode of The Jim Henson Hour. Among his more prominent roles are that of the wisecracking Ghost of Christmas Past in Scrooged, as well as the part of “Looney” in the movie Let It Ride, playing opposite Richard Dreyfuss. He starred opposite Hulk Hogan and Sherman Hemsley in Mr. Nanny, and co-starred with John C. McGinley in the movie Car 54, Where Are You?, based on the television series. He can be seen in the Jim White documentary film Searching for the Wrong Eyed Jesus in which he sings a version of Geeshie Wiley’s “Last Kind Words” while in a motel room. He also had a supporting role with Mick Jagger and Emilio Estevez in the movie Freejack. He also played Halston (a hired hitman) in the anthology film Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990), in the segment “The Cat from Hell”. He was also the guest music artist on the Miami Vice episode “The Dutch Oven” (1985) where he sang “King of Babylon”. Johansen most recently portrayed the bartender in the Netflix special A Very Murray Christmas. Johansen lent his voice to the villain Ding Dong Daddy in the original Teen Titans animated series in the season 5 episode 9 episode “Revved Up”.
In the late 1980s, Johansen achieved moderate commercial success under the pseudonym Buster Poindexter, accompanied by The Uptown Horns, performing a mixture of jazz, lounge, calypso, and novelty songs, and appearing as part of the house band on the television program Saturday Night Live. As Poindexter, he scored his first hit song, “Hot Hot Hot,” which, in an interview on National Public Radio’s Fresh Air, he called “the bane of my existence,” due to its pervasive popularity. “Hot Hot Hot” was initially written and recorded by Montserratian Soca artist Arrow. As Poindexter, Johansen often appeared with his band, The Banshees of Blue. Early Poindexter releases combined an eclectic selection of covers with Johansen’s own compositions. Johansen went on to issue Buster Poindexter’s Happy Hour, an album of songs thematically linked by their subject matter: alcohol. It is his most jazz-influenced release to date. It was followed by Buster Poindexter’s Spanish Rocket Ship, a synthesis of rhythm and blues, calypso and Latin jazz.
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