You can see Joe Strummer writhing about on the stage’s wooden floorboards at The Roxy, surrounded by broken bottles and upturned amps. A photograph of Plasmatic’s Wendy O. Williams captures her flinging herself about the smoke, albeit without her infamous chainsaw and shaving cream.
Del Bozzio, from early 80s band Missing Persons, preceded Lady Gaga as the purveyor of crazy costumes. She often performed wearing little more than metallic plates and duct tape. Then there’s Su Tissue who fronted The Suburban Lawns, most acclaimed for their 1979 album Gidget Goes To Hell. Her vocal style is often attributed to merge Yoko Ono with Daffy Duck.
See Ann Summa’s Roxy and Whiskey A Go Go galleries and read about everyone in it here.