1970s Los Angeles-Nihilist Philosophy, Glam Rock, Drugs, Booze, Closeted Homosexuality, Dianetics, a Yen for Rock and Roll Immortality-a convergence that shaped the short, self-destructive life of Jan Paul Beahm, a fatherless boy with an alcoholic mother and an older brother who died of a drug-overdose-a kid who reinvented himself coming out of a high school for outcasts, as the one and only Darby Crash, the legendary lead singer of the seminal Los Angeles Punk band, The Germs.
Rated for drug use, language and brief sexuality
January 29, 2017 by John Chard
Jan Paul Beahm (September 26, 1958 - December 6, 1980)
Who? Well quite, and that may well be the problem for any casual movie fan who happens to like musical bio-pictures. Jan Paul Beahm during his short run for fame was better known as Darby Crash, lead singer...