Poison Ivy (musician)  

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Kristy Wallace (b Kristy Marlana Wallace February 20, 1953, San Bernardino, California) better known as Poison Ivy, is a founding member of the American punk rock band The Cramps.

Wallace was married to Cramps singer Lux Interior (Erick Purkhiser), whom she had been with for 37 years, until his death on February 4, 2009.

Instruments played: Guitars, Echo-theremin.



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