August 25, 2018 9:00pm
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Lita Ford’s career began in 1975 as a founding member and guitarist of
the groundbreaking all female group the Runaways. The groups hard
rock / punk edge spawned hits like “Cherry Bomb” and “Queens of
Noise”. Lita and the Runaways proved their timelessness in 2014 when
“Cherry Bomb” was featured in the critically acclaimed Marvel / Disney
Studios hit movie Guardians Of The Galaxy and was nominated for a
In 1983 Lita launched her carrier as a solo artist with her début album
“Out For Blood” establishing her as the premier female performer in
rock and Heavy Metal. Lita quickly followed up in 1984 with the release
of “Dancin’ on the Edge” which earned her a Grammy nomination in
the Best Rock Vocal Performance Female category. The album
produced the world charting single “Fire In My Heart” and the U.S.
Billboard top 50 charting hit “Gotta Let Go”. The song, along with the
video being in MTV’s top rotation began to make Ford a household
name and face.
2018 celebrates the 30th anniversary of the self titled multi platinum
“Lita” album. Released on February 2nd 1988 the “Lita” album boasted
four charting hit singles. “Back to the Cave”, “Falling In and Out of
Love” (co written with Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx) along with the world
wide mega hits “Kiss me Deadly”, nominated for the MTV Video Music
Awards Best Female Video and the certified gold ballad single “Close
my Eyes Forever” featuring Ozzy Osbourne which remained in the
Billboard top 10 for 25 weeks.
The “Lita” album solidified Ford as one of the most influential female
performers in the music industry and earning her the title of “Queen of
Metal”. Ford released three more studio albums following “Lita”.
Stiletto, “Dangerous Curves” and “Black”. These albums produced the
radio and video hits “Hungry” ,“Playin’ with Fire” and “Shot of Poison”
again nominating her for a Grammy.
Vixen THERE'S ONLY ONE ALL-FEMALE HARD ROCK BAND FROM THE 80'S WHO:
Sold over a million albums.
Had six #1 videos on MTV.
Had four songs in Billboard's Top 100.
Vixen was founded in St. Paul, MN by high-schooler guitarist Jan Kuehnemund. The desire to achieve the rock star dreams like so many before her, Jan took her group to Hollywood but soon retooled the line-up, which included; vocalist Janet Gardner, drummer Roxy Petrucci and bassist Share Ross (Pedersen). In 1987 a pair of big brass balls at EMI Records decided to roll the dice with Vixen, despite all the stereotypes regarding bands fronted by chicks was then initiated into the male dominated club of hard rock. EMI released their self-named debut album "Vixen" featuring the groups’ first hit "Edge of a Broken Heart" penned by Richard Marx and Fee Waybill (The Tubes). MTV became Vixen’s playground and so coupled with exhaustive touring Vixen embarked on their ride. Piling on more hits the band charted Billboard at #22 with ballad, "Cryin'“ and "Love Made Me" at #36. The road continued to call opening for Ozzy Osbourne, Scorpions, Eddie Money and many others. Vixens had firmly distinguished themselves as a premiere rock act to be taken seriously.
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