X, Exene Cervenka, Motorcycle April 1980


Exene Cervenka, X, with her Triumph Cycle, April 1980. Her name in on the black area, near the Triumph logo. I remember pointing to it and asking if this were hers. She answered yes.

John Doe and Exene were throwing a really cool barbeque with many local punk bands. Members of Go-Gos, Tomata du Plenty of the Screamers, the Quick, with Top Jimmy cooking. I photographed Exene in front of their home on Genesee, across the street from the X-rated Pussycat Theater in West Hollywood. Now it’s upscale, across from Whole Foods. Times have changed!

I love the golden glow, taken with the setting sun that lovely, fun Spring day. When we could afford places to live, food to eat and go out every night!

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Exene Cervenka, X, with her Triumph Cycle, April 1980, Jenny Lens, PunkPioneers.com
Exene Cervenka, X, with her Triumph Cycle, April 1980, Jenny Lens, PunkPioneers.com

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