Photos: Uncle Monk at Off Broadway, Wednesday, October 28

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Last night, Uncle Monk -- the bluegrass project featuring Ramones drummer Tommy Ramone -- performed at Off Broadway. Nick Schnelle was there and took a bunch of photos. See a few below; view the entire slideshow here!

Uncle Monk's Tommy Ramone and Claudia Tienan pose for a photo before going on stage. View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE

Before the song Tommy says,"We're gonna be doing a lot of tuning tonight. We tune because we care." View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
Before playing Mean To Me Tommy says, "Now we're gonna do a bluegrass doo-wop ballad and it's dedicated to all the people who were mean to me." View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
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  • Before playing Mean To Me Tommy says, "Now we're gonna do a bluegrass doo-wop ballad and it's dedicated to all the people who were mean to me." View more photos from last night.
Uncle Monk plays a song Tommy wrote with the Ramones called "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend," written in 1976 by the band. View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
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  • Uncle Monk plays a song Tommy wrote with the Ramones called "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend," written in 1976 by the band. View more photos from last night.


"Know we're gonna play a song you all may be familiar with" Tommy says before they played the Clash song "I Fought the Law." View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
  • Photo: Nick Schnelle
  • "Know we're gonna play a song you all may be familiar with" Tommy says before they played the Clash song "I Fought the Law." View more photos from last night.
During the intermission Tommy Ramone has talks with a fan at the bar. View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
The crowd gives a final applause after the last song of Uncle Monk's hour and a half set. View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
Tommy Ramone sits on stage after the show signing a CD for a fan. View more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE

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