Canadian band Teenage Head – once considered "Canada's answer to the Ramones" – have paid tribute to one of their founding members, Gord Lewis, following news that he was found murdered in his home in Hamilton, Ontario on Sunday. "We are heartbroken and still trying to process the loss of our friend, bandmate and brother Gord Lewis," Teenage Head wrote on Instagram. In 2008, the released Teenage Head with Marky Ramone, after teaming up with the Ramones drummer, and producer Daniel Rey. In 2020, a documentary about the band, Picture My Face: The Story of Teenage Head, was released:AdvertisementSee more tributes to Gord Lewis below:Gord Lewis, guitarist and founding member of the popular and hugely influential Canadian punk rock'n'roll band Teenage Head, found dead possibly due to a homicide. pic.twitter.com/BRW43GErHU — St. Johnny Thunders Church Of Real Rock'n'Roll (@st_thunders) August 8, 2022So sad to hear of Teenage Head's Gord Lewis passing.
Source: CBC News August 09, 2022 18:48 UTC