Joan Jett
American singer-songwriter, rock musician
Joan Jett
Joan Jett is an American rock guitarist, singer, songwriter, producer and occasional actress. , best known for her work with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, including their hit cover "I Love Rock 'n' Roll", which was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 from March 20 to May 1, 1982, as well as for their other popular recordings including "Crimson and Clover", "I Hate Myself for Loving You", "Do You Want to Touch Me", "Light of Day", "Love Is All Around", "Bad Reputation".
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The Collector: $220 for a Vintage Prince T-Shirt? Um, Deal!
NYTimes - 24 days
Does it matter if you saw the show? An obsessive’s guide to finding old concert shirts (Led Zeppelin, Joan Jett, The Clash, et. al.).
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Mary Tyler Moore Passes On And Passes The Baton
Huffington Post - 30 days
I used to watch "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" on Nick at Night whenever I would visit my grandmother on summer vacation. I still have the lyrics to the title credits memorized. They evolved over time. Early on it went, "You might just make it after all." As the show went on, more women continued entering the workplace and Mary Richards's career in journalism in the 1970s began to flourish, they were changed to the more optimistic, "You're gonna make it after all." I remember telling my mother that for the series finale they should have definitively proclaimed, "Congrats, you made it after all!" instead of leaving us hanging. I also told my mother that I liked her better as Mary Richards on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" than as Laura Petrie on "The Dick Van Dyck Show" citing that Laura Petrie "cried too much." Meanwhile, Mary Richards would go to bat. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts doing a punk cover of her theme song is totally justified. Those summers, as well as watching "Murphy Brown" wit ...
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Monday's TV highlights: The season premiere of 'Jane the Virgin' and more
LATimes - 4 months
  SERIES The Lodge A teen (Sophie Simnett) moves with her widowed father to the family-owned hotel in rural Northern Ireland where her late mother grew up in this new mystery drama. 5 and 10 p.m. Disney Channel The Voice Joan Jett, Charlie Puth, Sammy Hagar and Bette Midler lend their expertise...
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Jesus: O primeiro transgênero
Huffington Post - 5 months
A polêmica nos círculos cristãos conservadores a respeito do acesso a banheiros é meio desconcertante. Eles falam que Deus não comete erros, como se Deus só operasse em binários, e tudo o que não é preto nem branco não pode ser coisa d'Ele. Mas não temos um Deus preto e branco; a criação é tão cheia de cores e variações que é incompreensível que nós cristãos tentemos reduzi-lo à nossa paleta limitada de expectativas individuais. Os principais pecadores são os cristãos que afirmam interpretar a Bíblia literalmente. É claro que eles não o fazem; eles impões seus próprios filtros sobre as histórias e frases das escrituras para que elas se encaixem em suas ideologias particulares. Se eles realmente o fizessem, logo veriam que Jesus deve ter sido, segundo suas próprias regras exegéticas, o primeiro homem transgênero. Vamos olhar o que nos dizem a Bíblia e o cristianismo. O ensinamento da igreja de tempos remotos até hoje é que Jesus recebeu seu corpo de Maria. A igreja t ...
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The Stooges' Iggy Pop to release tell-all book
Yahoo News - 10 months
A book revealing the life adventures of The Stooges frontman Iggy Pop is set for release later this year, according to The Guardian. The 300-page book penned by Jeff Gold and contributor Johan Kugelberg recounts Pop's stories in his own words and was put together from material sourced by the two writers during an interview with the singer which spanned two days. Dubbed "Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges," the tome will be published by Third Man Books and is also expected to include previously unreleased photos, in addition to contributions from Jack White, Johnny Marr and Joan Jett among others.
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Kristen Stewart Ditches Her Brunette Locks For A Bleached 'Do
Huffington Post - 11 months
Gone are the days of Kristen Stewart as a brunette.  The actress has ditched her dark locks in favor of newly bleached tresses, which she debuted over the weekend at Los Angeles International Airport. KStew, who had her hair partially covered with a black beanie, was spotted with her rumored girlfriend, Soko. There's no word yet on whether the new hair is for a role, but seeing as she's an actress, it's very possible.  The "American Ultra" star's new look is the latest in a long list of hair transformations. While promoting "Into The Wild" back in 2007, she sported a golden mane, then she went back to brunette for "Twilight." And who could forget the jet black mullet for her role as Joan Jett in "The Runaways"? Stewart also had a stint as a redhead and chopped her long hair into an edgy short style in 2014.  Speaking of that chop, Stewart told Marie Claire in 2014, "My hair was such a crutch. I looked quote, unquote 'sexy' no matter what. I could hide behind it. ...
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10 Female Pop Culture Icons We Want Our Kids to Look Up To
Huffington Post - 12 months
By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media "Sugar, spice, and everything nice" sounds hopelessly out of touch in today's world, right? Well, then what's with all the sexy, pouty, getting-by-on-looks-alone female celebs (looking at you, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, and Kendall Jenner). Women who kick butt, rock out, and break barriers are the ones we want our kids to know about. These are women who defy stereotypes and embody character traits we would like to see in our own kids: perseverance, courage, empathy, and creativity. And even though it's 2016, women have a long way to go to be equally reflected in everything from speaking parts in movies to board rooms in Silicon Valley. As actress and spokesperson Geena Davis says, she can't be it if she can't see it. So choose a few of these media and pop culture icons to introduce to your kids (and especially your daughters). Not every aspect of their careers or personalities has to be age-appropriate or fit with your perspectiv ...
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Beautiful Hair at Critics' Choice Points to Exciting Year
Huffington Post - about 1 year
The Critics' Choice Awards brought more signals that hair trends are on the move. Host T. J. Miller walked the 'blue' carpet in Santa Monica with wife, Kate Gorney, who beautifully exemplified a new trend this year toward warm, coppery reds. Bryce Dallas Howard also did a really warm red with hints of copper. "Fargo" star Kristen Dunst did a gorgeous sleek bob in blonde with dark base and accents. Bobs are trending strong and Dunst was joined by Helen Mirren in a blonde tone-on-tone, and Mary J. Blige, who wore her blonde bob with bangs for a retro-60s twist. The possibilities for bobs are endless, part of why they're trending so strong. Updos are on the move, too. Constance Zimmer posed on the blue carpet at Barker Hangar in a dark, dark brown color with bangs and face-framing wisps. This is a lovely, playful, romantic look that worked so well with her rich red lipstick. Joan Jett stayed true to her roots with an '80s rocker pixie in black. Deep side parts continue trending st ...
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Joan Jett, Heart, Cheap Trick joining forces for an all-star tour this summer
Fox News - about 1 year
Three Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are joining forces for an all-star tour this summer.
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10 David Bowie Videos to Show How He Rocked the World!
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Mural of David Bowie in Brixton, London, where he was born. Photo by: Louise McLaren Soon after David Bowie's departure from earth, the internet flooded with tributes. But it also left many millennials who had never seen his work wondering, 'who is David Bowie?' It left Twitter abuzz with speculations. It's cool though, because now a whole new generation gets to discover the work of this legendary rocker. David Bowie was famous for his theatrical concerts, costumes, and genre bending styles which had him surfing through five and a half decades of music, film, art, and theatre. Bowie was exceptional specifically because he challenged the status quo and even his own fame to constantly re-invent himself, re-invigorate his music, and create new trends. Along the way he was a key influencer through artist Andy Warhol's reign in the 60s, the emergence of glam rock and punk rock in NYC, through the early days of MTV, 90s post punk and grunge, all the way through the electronic mu ...
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Val Kinzler & Joe Vasta: Keeping the Rock 'n' Roll Faith in New York City
Huffington Post - about 1 year
"There is a spiritual theme to this record. We were all working really hard, getting ourselves out there, playing the clubs, developing our chemistry. But one day I was sitting at my dining room table just teary eyed - I was about to give up, I was losing my faith. The day before I had found two bibles in the trash - and I brought them upstairs thinking somebody's gonna need a bible, right? It's not like I'm a holy roller, but I am spiritual. Then I thought, 'damn it I'm gonna throw these bibles back in the garbage!' Suddenly the phone rang and it was Tate Records asking if I'd got the contract they'd sent. Contract! What contract? For some reason their email with the contract had gone to my spam folder ---and I took that as a sign, that you gotta have faith!" Val Kinzler "There is the faith in yourself as an artist, the faith in the power of rock 'n' roll, the faith borne of experience, and the faith in the music. Life is a learning experience. In music, you either have it in y ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Joan Jett
  • 2016
    Age 57
    Until the 2016 season, the melody for her song "I Hate Myself for Loving You" was used as the theme music for NBC Sunday Night Football with re-worked lyrics and retitled "Waiting All Day for Sunday Night".
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    It is Billboards No. 56 song of all time and has also been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2016.
    More Details Hide Details Jett released Album (1983) and Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth (1984). A string of Top 40 hits followed, as well as sellout tours with the Police, Queen, and Aerosmith, among others. She was among the first English-speaking rock acts to appear in Panama and the Dominican Republic.
  • 2015
    Age 56
    On July 4, 2015, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts were part of the Foo Fighters 20th Anniversary show at the RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.
    More Details Hide Details Jett is a sports fan and has remained actively involved in the sports world. "Bad Reputation" was used by Ultimate Fighting Championship's Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey as her walkout song at the pay-per-view event UFC 157. Her cover of "Love Is All Around" (the theme song of The Mary Tyler Moore Show) was used by the NCAA to promote the Women's Final Four, as well as the song "Unfinished Business," which was never commercially released. "Love Is All Around" went into radio play and became the number one requested song without an existing (support) CD. Jett supplied theme songs for the ESPN X Games premiere and has contributed music to all their games since. At Cal Ripken Jr.'s request, she sang the U.S. national anthem, at the Baltimore Orioles game in which he tied Lou Gehrig's record for consecutive games played. She also sang the national anthem at the final game played at Memorial Stadium.
    On April 15, 2015, Jett & the Blackhearts opened for the Who, kicking off their "The Who Hits 50!
    More Details Hide Details " 2015 North American tour in Tampa, Florida. The Blackhearts opened for the Who for 42 dates in the U.S. and Canada, ending November 4 in Philadelphia.
  • 2014
    Age 55
    Jett played guitar on "I Am a River" on the Foo Fighters' 2014 album Sonic Highways released November 10, 2014.
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    Jett and Hot Topic released Jett's first clothing line in 2014.
    More Details Hide Details It consists of jackets, shirts, pants, and a sweater.
    On October 29, 2014, Jett sang the U.S. national anthem at the New York Knicks vs. the Chicago Bulls basketball game.
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    On July 12, 2014, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts performed at Tropicana Field after the baseball game in St. Petersburg, Florida.
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    On April 24, 2014, Alternative Press magazine held its first-ever Alternative Press Music Awards, and Jett received the AP Icon Award.
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    In April 2014, Jett was the first woman to win the Golden God Award.
    More Details Hide Details Former bandmates Cherie Currie and Lita Ford came and supported her.
    In April 2014, Jett fronted the remaining members of Nirvana for a performance of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
    More Details Hide Details She joined the band again later that night for its surprise concert at Saint Vitus.
    Jett is going to executive produce, star in, and contribute a song to the soundtrack for a movie called Undateable John, due out in 2014.
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  • 2013
    Age 54
    Jett, along with the Blackhearts, released the album Unvarnished on September 30, 2013.
    More Details Hide Details The album reached Billboard's Top 50. It included songs dealing with the death of her parents and other people. August 1 was declared Joan Jett day in West Hollywood. She was named West Hollywood's Rock Legend. Former Blackhearts member Lee Crystal died on November 6, 2013, from complications of multiple sclerosis.
  • 2010
    Age 51
    March 2010 also saw the release of a hardcover biography and picture book, spanning her career from the Runaways to the present day.
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    Joan Jett and the Blackhearts appeared at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, at Harry-O's, for The Runaways promotion, which was also attended by Stewart and Dakota Fanning.
    More Details Hide Details March 2010 saw the release of a 2-CD Greatest Hits album with four newly re-recorded songs.
    The film explores the friendship between Jett and Runaways' lead singer, Cherie Currie, played by Dakota Fanning, and premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2010.
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    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts were part of the line-up for the Falls Music & Arts Festival, December 29 through January 1, 2010, in Australia.
    More Details Hide Details Jett was an executive producer for the film The Runaways, which chronicled the Runaways' career. It was written and directed by Floria Sigismondi, who has directed videos for Marilyn Manson, the White Stripes and David Bowie. Production of the movie began filming around Twilight's Kristen Stewart's filming schedule, (i.e. of the sequels New Moon and Eclipse). Stewart played Jett in the film. In order to prepare for the role, Stewart met Jett around the 08/09 New Year. In an interview, Stewart revealed that she hoped to be able to sing some songs in the film.
    In June 2010, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts opened for Green Day on their UK tour alongside acts such as Frank Turner and Paramore.
    More Details Hide Details The band was the opening act for Aerosmith's September 2010 Canadian tour.
  • 2009
    Age 50
    On November 19, 2009, Mattel released a Joan Jett Barbie doll.
    More Details Hide Details Her name and likeness was used with her permission.
  • 2008
    Age 49
    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts appeared on several dates of the True Colors tour in the summer of 2008.
    More Details Hide Details She opened for Def Leppard in August.
    Following the Dave Clark Five's induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, on March 10, 2008, Jett, as part of the ceremony, closed the program with a performance of the Dave Clark Five's 1964 hit "Bits and Pieces".
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  • 2007
    Age 48
    In November 2007, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts appeared with Motörhead and Alice Cooper in a UK arena tour; Jett opened eight American shows on Aerosmith's 2007 World Tour.
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    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts headlined the Albuquerque, New Mexico Freedom Fourth celebration on July 4, 2007, with an estimated crowd of 65,000 in attendance at the annual outdoor event.
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  • 2006
    Age 47
    Jett sang a duet with Chase Noles on "Tearstained Letters", a song on the Heart Attacks' 2006 album, Hellbound and Heartless.
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    In June 2006, Jett released her album Sinner, on Blackheart Records.
    More Details Hide Details To support the album, the band appeared on the 2006 Warped Tour and on a fall 2006 tour with Eagles of Death Metal. Various other bands such as Antigone Rising, Valient Thorr, the Vacancies, Throw Rag and Riverboat Gamblers were to have joined the tour for a handful of dates each.
  • 2005
    Age 46
    In 2005, Jett and Laguna celebrated the 25th anniversary of Blackheart Records with a sellout show at Manhattan's Webster Hall.
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    In 2005, Jett and Laguna signed punk rockers the Vacancies and produced their second album, A Beat Missing or a Silence Added (reaching the top 20 in CMJ Music Charts), and their third album in 2007, Tantrum.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, she was recruited by Steven Van Zandt to host her own radio show on Van Zandt's Underground Garage radio channel on Sirius Satellite Radio. She hosted a four-hour show titled Joan Jett's Radio Revolution, broadcast every Saturday and Sunday. The program moved from Sirius 25 to Sirius 28 shortly before being canceled in June 2008.
  • 2004
    Age 45
    In 2004, Jett and Laguna produced the album No Apologies by the pop punk band the Eyeliners, after signing them.
    More Details Hide Details Jett also guested on the track "Destroy" and made a cameo appearance in its music video.
  • 2001
    Age 42
    At an October 2001 9/11 benefit in Red Bank, New Jersey, Jett and Springsteen appeared together on stage for the first time and played "Light of Day".
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  • 1999
    Age 40
    Jett is a guest artist on Marky Ramone and the Intruders' 1999 album The Answer to Your Problems? on the track "Don't Blame Me".
    More Details Hide Details She is a guest vocalist on Peaches' album Impeach My Bush on the tracks "Boys Wanna Be Her" and "You Love It".
  • 1997
    Age 38
    In 1997, Jett was featured on the We Will Fall: The Iggy Pop Tribute album.
    More Details Hide Details She performed a cover of the Johnny O'Keefe song "Wild One" (or "Real Wild Child"). Jett worked with members of the punk rock band the Gits, whose lead singer and lyricist, Mia Zapata, had been raped and murdered in 1993. The results of their collaboration was a live album, Evil Stig and a single, "Bob", whose earnings were contributed to the investigation of Zapata's murder. To this end, the band and Jett appeared on the television show America's Most Wanted, appealing to the public for information. The case was solved in 2004, when Zapata's murderer, Jesus Mezquia, was brought to trial and convicted.
  • 1995
    Age 36
    Note: Between 1995 and 2003, Jett spent more time as a producer rather than as a recording artist.
    More Details Hide Details For which the years have not been credited as to having any specific band line-up at the time.
  • 1993
    Age 34
    In 1993, Jett and Laguna released Flashback, a compilation of various songs on their own Blackheart Records.
    More Details Hide Details Jett produced several bands prior to releasing her debut and her label Blackheart Records released recordings from varied artists such as thrash metal band Metal Church and rapper Big Daddy Kane. The press touted Jett as the "Godmother of Punk" and the "Original Riot Grrrl." In 1994, the Blackhearts released the well-received Pure and Simple, which featured tracks written with Babes in Toyland's Kat Bjelland, L7's Donita Sparks and Bikini Kill's Kathleen Hanna. Jett has also been described as the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll.
  • 1992
    Age 33
    Jett returned to producing for the band Circus Lupus in 1992 and again, in 1994, for Bikini Kill.
    More Details Hide Details This recording was the New Radio +2 vinyl 7-inch EP for which she also played and sang back-up vocals. The Riot Grrrl movement started in the 1990s, with Bikini Kill as a representative band, and many of these women credited Jett as a role model and inspiration.
  • 1991
    Age 32
    Her 1991 release Notorious, which featured the Replacements' Paul Westerberg and former Billy Idol bass player Phil Feit, was the last with Sony/CBS as Jett switched to Warner Bros.
    More Details Hide Details A CD single of "Let's Do It" featuring Jett and Westerberg was also released during this time and appeared in the song credits for the movie Tank Girl.
  • 1990
    Age 31
    In 1990, the band had a song on the Days of Thunder soundtrack, "Long Live the Night", written by Jett with Randy Cantor and Michael Caruso.
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  • 1989
    Age 30
    During this time, Jett co-wrote the song "House of Fire", which appeared on Alice Cooper's 1989 album Trash.
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  • 1987
    Age 28
    She made her acting debut in 1987, co-starring with Gena Rowlands and Michael J. Fox in the Paul Schrader film Light of Day.
    More Details Hide Details She appeared in independent films, including The Sweet Life and Boogie Boy. In 1997, she appeared on the sitcom Ellen, in the episode "Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah", performing the title song. In 1992, she was a guest star in "Free Fall", a first season episode of TV's Highlander: The Series. The 1999 series Freaks and Geeks used the song "Bad Reputation" as the opening theme. In 2000, Jett appeared in the Broadway production of The Rocky Horror Show in the role of Columbia. That same year, Jett appeared on Walker, Texas Ranger as an ex-CIA agent turned assassin hired to kill Walker and Alex. In 2002, Jett appeared in the film By Hook or by Crook in the role of News Interviewee. From 2000 to 2003, Jett hosted a showcase of new film and video shorts, Independent Eye, for Maryland Public Television.
  • 1980
    Age 21
    Jett and Laguna entered the Who's Ramport Studios with the latter at the helm, and Jett's self-titled solo debut was released by Ariola Records in Europe on May 17, 1980.
    More Details Hide Details In the US, after the album was rejected by 23 major labels, Jett and Laguna released it independently on their new Blackheart Records label, which they started with Laguna's daughter's college savings. Laguna remembers, "We couldn't think of anything else to do, but print up records ourselves." With Laguna's assistance, Jett formed the Blackhearts. Laguna recounted, "I told Joanie to forget the band and support herself on the advance money. There was enough for her but not for a band. She said she had to have a band. And I believe to this day that it was the Blackhearts, that concept, that made Joan Jett." She placed an ad in the LA Weekly stating that she was "looking for three good men". John Doe of X sat in on bass for the auditions held at S.I.R. studios in Los Angeles. He mentioned a local bass player, Gary Ryan, who had recently been crashing on his couch. Ryan was born Gary Moss, and adopted his stage name upon joining the Blackhearts in 1979, in part to cover for the fact that he was only 15 at the time. Ryan was part of the Los Angeles punk scene and had played bass with local artists Top Jimmy and Rik L. Rik. He had been a fan of the Runaways and Jett for years. Jett recognized him at the audition and he was in.
  • 1979
    Age 20
    In 1979, Jett was in England pursuing a solo career.
    More Details Hide Details She recorded three songs there with Sex Pistols' Paul Cook and Steve Jones, one of which was an early version of Arrows' "I Love Rock 'n' Roll". This version appears on the 1993 compilation album Flashback. Later that year, she returned to Los Angeles, where she began fulfilling an obligation of the Runaways to complete a film which was loosely based on the band's career entitled We're All Crazee Now! Three actresses stood in for the departed band members, including Rainbeaux Smith, who was also a rock drummer. While working on the project, Jett met songwriter and producer Kenny Laguna, who was hired by Toby Mamis to help Jett with writing some tracks for the film. They became friends and decided to work together. Jett relocated to Long Beach, New York where Laguna was based. The plug was pulled on the project halfway through shooting after Jett fell ill, but in 1984, after she became famous, producers looked for a way to use the footage from the incomplete film. Parts of the original footage of Jett were eventually used in another project, an underground film called DuBeat-Eo, which was produced by Alan Sacks but not commercially released.
  • 1976
    Age 17
    While touring England with the Runaways in 1976, Jett first heard the song "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" when she saw Arrows perform it on their weekly UK television series Arrows.
    More Details Hide Details In 2010, The Runaways, a movie about Jett's band, was released, starring Kristen Stewart as Jett and Dakota Fanning as Currie. While the Runaways were popular in Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada and South America, they could not garner the same level of success in the US. After Currie left the band, the band released two more albums with Jett handling the lead vocals: Waitin' for the Night and And Now... The Runaways. Altogether they produced five albums from 1975 until they disbanded in the spring of 1979. Soon after, Jett produced the Germs' first and only album, (GI).
  • 1967
    Age 8
    In 1967, her family moved to Rockville, Maryland where she attended Randolph Junior High and Wheaton High School.
    More Details Hide Details Jett got her first guitar at the age of 14. She took some guitar lessons, but soon quit because the instructor kept trying to teach her folk songs. Her family then moved to West Covina, California, in Los Angeles County, providing Jett the opportunity to pursue her musical endeavors. In Los Angeles, Jett's favorite night spot was Rodney Bingenheimer's English Disco, a venue that provided the glam rock style she loved. Jett became a founding member of the Runaways, alongside drummer Sandy West. Jackie Fox, Lita Ford, and Cherie Currie soon joined up to complete the band, creating the classic lineup. While Currie initially fronted the band, Jett shared some lead vocals, played rhythm guitar and wrote or co-wrote a lot of the band's material along with Ford, West and Currie. The band recorded five albums, with Live In Japan becoming one of the biggest-selling imports in US and UK history. The band toured around the world and became an opening act for Cheap Trick, Ramones, Van Halen and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. They found success abroad, especially in Japan.
  • 1958
    Born on September 22, 1958.
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