Cherie Ann Currie (born November 30, 1959) is an American musician, actress and artist. Currie was the lead vocalist of the Runaways, a rock band from Los Angeles, in the mid-to-late 1970s. After the Runaways, she became a solo artist. Then she teamed up with her identical twin sister, Marie Currie, and released an album with her. Their duet "Since You Been Gone" reached number 95 on US charts. Their band was called Cherie and Marie Currie. She is also well known for her role in the movie Foxes.
Once described as “the lost daughter of Iggy Popp and Brigitte Bardot” by Bomp! magazine, “Cherry Bomb” chanteuse Cherie Currie will be rocking this weekend’s MusicCons Collectibles Extravaganza in Boxborough. Best known as the lead vocalist for the influential, all-female rock band the Runaways (which...
Joecephus and The George Jonestown Massacre are currently working on a new tribute album with a bunch of guests. The new tribute album will be in celebration of MC5 and follows tributes to Johnny Cash, Nazareth, and Black Oak Arkansas. The MC5 salute includes guest appearances from Alice Cooper, Cherie Currie (The Runaways), Phil Campbell (Motorhead), J Mascis (Dinosaur JR), Keith Morris (Black Flag/Circle Jerks/ Off!), Kim Thayil (Soundgarden), Lydia Lunch, Riche Stotts (Plasmatics), JG Thirwell, and more. The album will raise money i support of Jail Guitar Doors, a non-profit organization providing musical instruments and mentorship to help rehabilitate incarcerated individuals through the transformative power of music. The release is still be ing record and the band hopes to have it out later this year.
Prolific artist and producer Dave Schulz has enlisted an ensemble of rock royalty for a remake of the feel-good anthem “You Get What You Give.”. Virtuosic keyboardist, composer, and producer Dave Schulz, known for his work with a seemingly endless array of artists, has enlisted an ensemble of masterful musicians for a remake of New Radicals’ unforgettable 1998 pop smash, “You Get What You Give.”