The short career of Ron Haydock took many different turns, including actor, monster magazine editor, and porn novel writer. But his most widely known and appreciated feat came on the tail end of rock and roll & roll’s initial golden period. In 1958, he fronted the Boppers as business lead vocalist and guitarist; the group shortly transformed their name to Ron Haydock & the Boppers. Haydock was a Chicago-born and bred Gene Vincent fanatic. He modeled the Boppers, among Chicago’s initial rock and roll & move combos, after Vincent’s Blue Hats, but the music group soon developed its sound and method of the big defeat. The group documented two singles on the neighborhood Cha Cha label, “99 Chicks” b/w “End up being Bop A Jean,” and a edition of “Maybellene” with Haydock’s “Baby State Bye Bye” over the turn. The music group easily left more than enough material unreleased to create up an album’s worthy of of tunes, that have been afterwards released in the ’70s on the European reissue, and also have been recently released within their entirety on Norton’s 99 Chicks retrospective. After Haydock disbanded the Boppers in 1960, he continued to Hollywood, starring within a couple low quality films, editing Fantastic Monsters from the Movies magazine, ultimately churning out X-rated books (Ape Rape, The Sex-A-Reenos, Pet Lust, and Pagan Lesbians included in this) beneath the name”Vin Saxon” before bottom completely dropped out of his lifestyle. Wandering dropped down an leave ramp aiming to head into LA, a disoriented Ron Haydock was struck and wiped out by an 18-wheeler on August 13, 1977.