With songs like "Martian Martians," "I'm a Little Aeroplane," and "Abominable Snowman in the Market," it's hard to believe that troubadour Jonathan Richman played such an important role in the burgeoning punk movement of the 1970s. But the Talking Heads, Television, and even the Sex Pistols (they covered the Richman classic "Roadrunner") all owe a debt to Richman's first band, the Modern Lovers -- a proto-punk outfit inspired by the... More >>>