Joan Jett and The Blackhearts Bad Reputation Nation

December 2013 News

Page updated on December 31, 2013
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Happy Holidays from Blackheart!
from: JoanJettBadRep.com

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The Talk - JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS Perform
from: cbs.com





JOAN JETT on The Talk
from: cbs.com





JOAN JETT at the ALTimate Xmas Party 2013
from: alt987fm.com/b





JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS capably christen new Hard Rock Live
from: clevescene.com

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In Richard Linklater's cult film Dazed and Confused, actor Matthew McConaughey, who plays a guy who's regularly hanging out with people much younger than himself, delivers one of the movie's best lines. "That's what I love about these high school girls, man," he says. "I get older, they stay the same age." You could say the same thing about JOAN JETT's backing band the BLACKHEARTS. The diminutive singer-guitarist gets older, but the guys in the band (with the exception of aging keyboardist KENNY LAGUNA, who thankfully keeps to the shadows) appear to stay the same age. Jett, who played the first-ever show at the new Hard Rock Live in Northfield last night, was backed by a group of tattooed and spiked hair dudes who looked like they could pass as Green Day. They worked well with Jett too, jamming on several tunes and playing with punk rock-inspired energy.

Jett kicked off the 90-minute concert with the glitter-rock inspired "TMI," a tune from her new album Unvarnished. She then delivered the stuttering anthem "Cherry Bomb"; her raspy voice was well-suited to the song and worked equally well on a grunge-y rendition of "Do You Wanna Touch Me" and a punked-up version of "Bad Reputation." She then turned to more material from Unvarnished and introduced "Make It Back" as a song that she wrote after seeing the people in her Long Island, New York neighborhood work together to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. While the set slowed a bit as the power ballad "We Are Not to Blame" didn't have a good enough hook to it, Jett got back into the groove with her catchy new single "Any Weather." "I Hate Myself for Loving You" became the bombastic anthem that it is â€" the arena rock tune would be a good one to play at Cleveland Browns games. The encore got off to a shaky start with the didatic "Reality Mentality" but then finished strong with a rendition of "Little Drummer Boy" and a cover of "Everyday People" that turned into a rigorous, show-closing jam.

The facility itself features terrific sound and lighting. It's strange, however, that in a racino decorated with some fantastic rock memorabilia, there's not a single item on the Hard Rock Live walls, making it look more like a large conference room than a concert hall. And the fact that's there no place to simply stand and watch the concert made things a bit awkward too since some audience members chose to stand for the entire show and others chose to sit. But the place has great sightlines and possesses a real intimacy despite its size (capacity is 2200), and these are only minor quibbles with a venue that should be a good addition to Northeast Ohio's already strong circuit of rock clubs.



JOAN JETT thrills sold-out crowd with her fierce set at opening of Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park (review)
from: cleveland.com

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"It's good to be the first."

JOAN JETT wasn't talking about her groundbreaking role in the RUNAWAYS in the 1970s, a girl power act decades before the term was coined.

Nor was she talking about her role as one of the rare guitar-playing woman fronting her own rock band, the BLACKHEARTS, for the last several decades.

Or her rare ability to bring together hard rock, punk, metal and even pop in her music â€" and her diverse audience.

No, the tiny but fierce 55-year-old rocker, clad in a skintight red vinyl jumpsuit, was speaking more literally.

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'The Talk': Mary J. Blige, JOAN JETT, among this week's guests
from: examiner.com

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Coming up this week on "The Talk," the ladies are back from their week in New York. Singer and host Carnie Wilson steps in as guest co-host as music is definitely the focus this week as Mary J. Blige, JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS and Il Volo perform live. Also celebrity chefs share holiday food ideas for make your holiday planning easier.

Here is a detailed look at the schedule for the week:
Wednesday, Dec. 18 -- Singer Carnie Wilson guest co-hosts; singer and television personality Nick Lachey; lifestyle expert Chi-Lan Lieu with the hottest gifts for kids; Il Volo performs (n)

Thursday, Dec. 19 -- JOAN JETT visits and "JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS" performs; singer Carnie Wilson guest co-hosts; Chef Lourdes Castro cooks up a menu for a festive holiday tapas party (n)

Friday, Dec. 20 -- Singer Mary J. Blige; chef Susan Feniger prepares a holiday beef brisket (n)

Hosted by Julie Chen, Sharon Osbourne, Sara Gilbert, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler, "The Talk" airs weekdays CBS.



Rocker JOAN JETT in good form on new album
from: clevescene.com

Her new material was thoughtfully introduced, but the classics got fans out of their seats.

Lovers of pure rock 'n' roll got a full dose of adrenaline when JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS returned to Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa on Thursday night. But though the latest local set from one of the godmothers of punk rock didn't disappoint, hand-picked opening act Girl in a Coma's lack of musicality put a damper on the evening.

The San Antonio band â€" comprising sisters Nina (lead vocals and guitar) and Phanie Diaz (drums) and longtime friend Jenn Alva on bass â€" signed to BLACKHEART RECORDS in 2006 after Jett and her longtime producer and manager KENNY LAGUNA saw the trio perform at the Knitting Factory in New York City. Since then, they have opened for the likes of Morrissey (whose Smiths song inspired their moniker), Social Distortion and Tegan and Sara.

Nina Diaz's powerful, smoky vocals were intriguing, but every word she sang or said was hard to understand, and much of Girl in a Coma's 40-minute, 10-song appearance blurred into a cacophonous mush. Their mediocre material and hair-shaking couldn't hold the audience's attention.

But shortly before 9 p.m. the BLACKHEARTS' band logo was raised and fans decked out in '80s attire perked up in anticipation. Jett and her group turned in a 75-minute set of 17 songs that naturally included hits from both her successful solo career and her brief but influential time in all-girl glam-rock outfit the RUNAWAYS. She also offered a handful of previews from her coming album Unvarnished, due out in October.

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JOAN JETT rockin' strong in O.C. return
from: ocregister.com

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Her new material was thoughtfully introduced, but the classics got fans out of their seats.

Lovers of pure rock 'n' roll got a full dose of adrenaline when JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS returned to Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa on Thursday night. But though the latest local set from one of the godmothers of punk rock didn't disappoint, hand-picked opening act Girl in a Coma's lack of musicality put a damper on the evening.

The San Antonio band â€" comprising sisters Nina (lead vocals and guitar) and Phanie Diaz (drums) and longtime friend Jenn Alva on bass â€" signed to BLACKHEART RECORDS in 2006 after Jett and her longtime producer and manager KENNY LAGUNA saw the trio perform at the Knitting Factory in New York City. Since then, they have opened for the likes of Morrissey (whose Smiths song inspired their moniker), Social Distortion and Tegan and Sara.

Nina Diaz's powerful, smoky vocals were intriguing, but every word she sang or said was hard to understand, and much of Girl in a Coma's 40-minute, 10-song appearance blurred into a cacophonous mush. Their mediocre material and hair-shaking couldn't hold the audience's attention.

But shortly before 9 p.m. the BLACKHEARTS' band logo was raised and fans decked out in '80s attire perked up in anticipation. Jett and her group turned in a 75-minute set of 17 songs that naturally included hits from both her successful solo career and her brief but influential time in all-girl glam-rock outfit the RUNAWAYS. She also offered a handful of previews from her coming album Unvarnished, due out in October.

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Top 10 Frontwomen in Rock
from: watchmojo.com



Just because you're a woman doesn't mean you can't rock as hard or as loud as a man. Throughout its history, rock music has had its share of incredible female singers and bandleaders. Whether it's for their musical talent, songwriting abilities, unique style, onstage personas, good looks or a combination of them all, these ladies have proved they know how to make rock 'n' roll. Join WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the top 10 frontwomen in rock. Special thanks to our users Jack Morris and Yvonne Torres for submitting the idea on our Suggestion Page at WatchMojo.com/suggest.

These ladies love rock 'n' roll. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 frontwomen in rock.

#10 -- Hayley Williams (Paramore)
As the face and voice of pop punk and alternative rock outfit Paramore, Hayley Williams has shown her performances can be as fiery as her hair. Her singing and songwriting skills impressed music reps so much they signed her when she was just a teen. She's now known for attracting fans with her spunky attitude and animated stage presence as well as vocals that've been praised by the likes of John Mayer and others.

#9 -- Shirley Manson (Garbage)
Even though the Scottish lass had to leave her home country to record Garbage's first album with a group of American musicians, the risk paid off: the band's self-titled debut gave them worldwide exposure and turned them into one of the 1990s' biggest alt rock acts. With her foreign accent, candid personality, don't-care attitude and musical contributions, Manson is undoubtedly a big part of the band's success.

#8 -- Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane)
Though she later became a solo artist, Grace Slick sang lead for a number of bands. But it was during Jefferson Airplane's evolution from folk rockers to psychedelic rock band that Slick really found her voice, both as one of the act's most versatile vocalists and as a songwriter. Thanks to her looks, unique singing style and onstage persona, she also became one of the '60s' biggest female rockers.

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Hard Rock Rocksino in Northfield Park ready to rock with JOAN JETT
from: news-herald.com

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It's fitting that JOAN JETT will be the musical guest at the Dec. 18 opening of the Hard Rock Rocksino in Northfield Park.

Instead of singing "I love rock 'n' roll, put another dime in the jukebox" perhaps she'll change the lyrics to slot machine, because this $268 million investment is banking on the old adage that casinos make the most money from the popular one-armed bandits.

However, at the Rocksino the slots are called video lottery terminals, and there will be plenty of them. In fact, Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park President Jon Lucas said the 200,000-square-foot gaming-and-entertainment venue boasts more than 2,200 state-of-the-art VLTs.

"So far the response has been great," Lucas said. "I really believe that people will be very pleasantly surprised for what we built here. I call it a comfortable-contemporary feel. It's not like when you walk in you feel like you have to be dressed up or it's intimidating or gaudy. I think people are going to come in and feel very comfortable."

Part of that comfort includes four dining options, with Bernie Kosar's Wood-Fired Grill steakhouse, a Hard Rock Cafe (naturally), the obligatory buffet and a bistro.

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JOAN JETT, who opens Hard Rock Rocksino on Wednesday, has stuck to her guns, guitar and attitude
from: cleveland.com

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Some acts trot out the same formula over and over again. Some change wildly, in search of the next formula.

With JOAN JETT, there is no formula. She's just JOAN JETT being JOAN JETT.

That might sound simple and easy -- until you realize that, with Jett, consistency isn't a chugging guitar sound, it's an irreverent attitude. She's maintained it since hitting the ground running with the RUNAWAYS, regardless of her place on the charts or in the world.

"I have more of a sense of mortality than I did when I was 21," says Jett via phone from her home in New York. "But otherwise, it's still all about rock ‘n' roll and making a connection with people."

Jett and her band the BLACKHEARTS will mark the opening of the Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park on Wednesday. She will perform in the Hard Rock Live 2,200-seat theater.

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JOAN JETT to Take Center Stage at Alice Cooper's "Christmas Pudding" Show
from: myfoxphoenix.com

Alice Cooper's annual holiday concert brings together some of the biggest names in rock to help raise money for charity.

FOX 10 News - Phoenix, AZ | KSAZ-TV



Top 10 Christmas songs of the 80s
from: examiner.com/

I know most people who think about classic Christmas songs and moving renditions probably think about Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole or some other great singer that was way before the Gen X era. However, for Generation X, the 80s hold some of our Christmas song classics done by great singers like Bruce Springsteen, Bono and Chrissie Hynde. I've compiled a list of what I believe are the top 10 Christmas songs of the 80s. See if you agree with me.

10. Christmas Wrapping -- The Waitresses (1981)
You'll remember them as the band that sang, "I Know What Boys Like". This Christmas song was their take on the new type of music called "Rap". Not bad for 1981.

9. I Wish Every Day Could Be Like Christmas -- Bon Jovi (1987)
Anything Jon Bon Jovi sings sounds good. He could sing me the phone book and I'd give him a standing ovation.

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TOP 25 ALBUMS OF 2013 -- #16: JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS -- UNVARNISHED...
from: rcgoodmanblog.wordpress.com

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One album this year that jumped up and surprised me was Unvarnished, the newest album by JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS. It's comforting to know that not alot changes with Joan. You know when you put on her album you're going to get loud guitars, her timeless vocal sneer and the songs will probably get stuck in your head. I didn't even pick this up right when it came out. I got it a bit later. Then I wondered why I didn't get this right when it came out. It's that good. In fact I have to say this album reminds me of how much I liked the original I Love Rock N' Roll album as a kid. While there's a lyrical maturity ons some of Unvarnished, the band's intensity is as strong as ever.

The album kicks off with a bit of a surprise. "Any Weather", listed as "606 Version" is JOAN JETT at Dave Grohl's studio "606". If you've seen the documentary Sound City, you know that this studio is built around his purchasing of the mixing console from the famous Sound City studios. Dave is listed in the credits as "Dave Grohl: 100 Different Instruments". However the song has every bit of the punch a BLACKHEARTS tune would. This is followed by the glam goodness of "TMI", a song about people no longer seeing a need for their own privacy in the social media age. The band, including longtime writing partner KENNY LAGUNA and guitarist Doug Needles really give this one some punch. "Soulmates to Strangers" laments a relationship that was never meant to be but in classic JOAN JETT style.

"Make It Back" kicks off with classic Chuck Berry style riffage in a way that Joan is always great at reinterpreting through her ears. "Hard To Grow Up" rounds out the first half , as Joan laments people she's lost and the difficulties of coming of age when you refuse to live like a grown up. This is one of the more immediate tracks on the album and one of my favorites.

The second half of this ten song set starts with "Fragile", which starts out like a classic JOAN JETT floor stomping rocker, but brings in a string section, which is new ground for her. It eventually steers the song into a bigger bombastic place. This track definitely shines. Next is "Reality Mentality", a song directed at the plague of so-called reality television and the world's addiction to it. "Bad As We Can Be" is a rip-roaring track where Joan is in pursuit of a bad girl to be no good for each other happily ever after. "Different" scales things down to a sleazy grind in the vein of Nazarath's "Hair of the Dog" as she takes on bullying in her own way. Another stellar song here. On the regular album, the album winds down with a ballad (as ballad as Joan gets anyways) called "Everybody Needs A Hero" that is about how we all have days we need someone to turn to.

The deluxe MP3 edition (why not the CD??) contains four more bonus songs. "I Know What I Know" is a hard rocker with a happier tone that just sounds like it wasn't quite ready to make the cut chorus-wise. "Seriously" is a great one here where Joan snarls and vents more than sings about people's' ridiculousness and fakeness around her. "Different" is here again in a demo version, but this time the rhythm section has something different going on with the bass line. It's only about a half of a song unfinished and I have to say the finished version is far better. Then lastly of these we get a BLACKHEARTS version of "Any Weather" that has revved up guitars in place of the piano in the "606" version. This version is just as good as the "606" version so it's nice to have both to compare. On the deluxe MP3, "Everybody Needs a Hero" is pushed to the end of the bonus tracks, so that either way you listen, the ballad is last.

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Spotlight: JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS Unvarnished (2013 BLACKHEARTS Records Group)
from: classicrockradioeu.blogspot.com

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What a GREAT album Unvarnished by JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS is. A few more listens and I'll be thoroughly convinced it's a perfect album. Wonderful background music for parties or any other feel good occasion. Joan's lyrics might be more mature, the messages more grown up, but the sound is classic JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS. So much so that if you LIKE their early material, you'll LOVE Unvarnished. These new tracks successfully capture the essence of the bands early days. Produced by JOAN JETT & Kenny Laquna. Joan also does swell by obtaining two full writing credits, and seven co-writing. And that's out of ten songs. The first track is a NEW JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS greatest hit called Any Weather (606 Version). Cool video as well. Penned by Joan and Dave Grohl (Nirvana / Foo Fighters). Oh, and how's this for cool. On the songs credits for Any Weather (606 Version), Dave is credited with playing, "100 different instruments."

The second song on the new album is called TMI. Yet another new greatest hit. A catchy chorus. A good beat. Joan & The BLACKHEARTS are a well-oiled machine who know how to rock. Mostly uptempo rockers on Unvarnished, which I enjoy. The somewhat slower tunes (Everyone Needs A Hero) are enjoyable as well. And get this...besides the excellence of the musicians being focused on, Joan and The BLACKHEARTS changes up things slightly with the addition of violins, cello, and the viola. Can be found in two out of the ten songs: Fragile / Everybody Needs A Hero.

The BLACKHEARTS: Polished...Tommy Price on drums and percussion really stand out. DOUGIE NEEDLES guitar work (also backing vocals) makes every song memorable. KENNY LAGUNA is a name associated with JOAN JETT since she left The RUNAWAYS. His contribution here equal to or surpassing any previous work...and that's saying a lot. Finishing up, playing a killer bass is Acey Slade (Murderdolls / TrashLight Vision).
Hidden Message -- After the last song, you will notice the time counter still proceeding forward. It's cool...just let it go and sooner or later you will hear Joan say the words:

LIFE AND DEATH...CHANGE AND REARRANGE...LIFE AND DEATH.

Rating: Using the one to five star rating system, I'd be crazy giving anything less then 5 stars to this excellent record. Cool for me...Best Buy had a version that contained some newly recorded greatest hits and a new song from Unvarnished such as TMI. Sounds just as good in a live setting, if not better than the studio recording. Kicks ass as a matter of fact. Just like the new JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS album Unvarnished.



JOAN JETT Reflects on The RUNAWAYS, Breakup Was 'Devastating': Watch
from: billboard.com



Guitar Center is shining a spotlight on music with its award-winning series Guitar Center Sessions. Combining an interview portion with performances, the show is now in its seventh season and boasts such diverse bookings as metal act Korn, singer Gavin DeGraw and indie darlings Ben Folds Five.

The latest to sit down with host Nic Harcourt: legendary rocker JOAN JETT, who filmed her episode at the Guitar Center store on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.

A clip from the show finds Jett reflecting on the demise of The RUNAWAYS, the band she co-founded with Sandy West in 1975. The all-girl five-piece outfit was pioneering in its punk rock sound and attitude. Now, Jett notes, "They've got a regimented thing; girls can't play rock 'n' roll."

Jett delves deeper into the raw emotions still resonating decades after the band's breakup, which she calls "devastating." She reveals that following the last RUNAWAYS performance on New Year's Eve 1978, she began partying and drinking to excess. "I was in bad shape," says Jett.

Watch a portion of the interview below and tune in for the full performance on Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. on DirecTV's Audience Network.



JOAN JETT Rocks 'Bad Reputation' Live -- Premiere
from: rollingstone.com

Clip comes from singer's turn on 'Guitar Center Sessions'



JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS serve up a rousing performance of her 1981 anthem, "Bad Reputation" as part of her appearance on this week's Guitar Center Sessions on DirecTV. In addition to chatting with host Nic Harcourt, Jett mixed classics with material from her new album, Unvarnished, as part of her appearance, which runs December 6th at 9 p.m. EST and 10 p.m. PST on DirecTV's Audience Network (Channel 239).

"Joan was very forthright in our conversation, which made for an exceptionally intriguing interview," Harcourt tells Rolling Stone. "That direct quality is not unlike her music. She is uncompromising in everything she does â€" rock & roll through and through."

Now in its seventh season, Guitar Center Sessions will feature acts including Gary Allan, Atlas Genius, Coheed and Cambria and Cheap Trick in coming weeks. Encore performances will also air on AXS TV Monday nights at 9 p.m., widening the show's reach.

Jett and the BLACKHEARTS released Unvarnished, their 10th studio album and first set of new material in more than seven years, on September 30th. Jett told Rolling Stone earlier this year that it took her a while to work through what she thought was writer's block. "I used to think that songs just came to me," she said. "They didn't â€" you had to sit down and work at it. Just be patient, write a couple of lines, leave it, come back to it and stuff will pop out. And all of a sudden, stuff started coming, and I realized: You don't have writer's block. Your expectations were wrong."



Goldmine's Hall of Fame Inductees -- Volume 38
from: goldminemag.com

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Great Blogs Of Fire will be announcing 10 inductees approximately every three weeks until all 700-plus inductees are announced. Bios of all selections and criteria for induction can be found on our website by clicking the Goldmine Hall of Fame tab.

377. JOAN JETT (with The BLACKHEARTS)
Also originally from the Philadelphia area is this female vocalist who has been a key member of two famous bands, The RUNAWAYS and JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS. The RUNAWAYS, the subject of a recent film starring Kristen Stewart as Jett, also included guitarist Lita Ford and future Bangle Michael Steele, who, like Jett, went on to considerable success after the dissolution of their band.

The RUNAWAYS never were able to gain much commercial success in the U.S., but they did place three LPs in the Swedish top 40, including "Live In Japan," where they built a considerable following. After the band's breakup, Jett achieved much greater success as a solo performer and leader of The BLACKHEARTS. When her first album was reportedly rejected by 23 labels, Jett and producer KENNY LAGUNA released it themselves. Later, Boardwalk Records picked it up, changed its title from "JOAN JETT" to "Bad Reputation" and, in 1981, it broke into the U.S. and Australian charts.

Later that year, Jett released her first LP with The BLACKHEARTS, "I Love Rock & Roll." The kickoff track a cover of a 1975 effort by the English band, Arrows, actually was a cover of a 1979 effort by Jett, who did a version as the B-side of her single "You Don't Own Me." In 1982 the single exploded, holding down the #1 spot in the U.S. for seven weeks and topping the charts in Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, Holland and South Africa. The album reached #1 in New Zealand, #2 in the U.S. and #4 in Sweden.

Before 1982 ended, Jett and company pushed "Crimson & Clover" to U.S. #7 and also had a major success with "Do You Wanna Touch Me." In 1988, she also had two top 20 hits, "I Hate Myself For Loving You," which climbed to U.S. #8 and "Little Liar."

The inductees are: Jett & Ricky Byrd (guitar); Gary Ryan & Kasim Sulton (bass) & Lee Crystal & THOMMY PRICE (drums).



JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS - Guitar Center Sessions "Behind the Scenes"
from: GuitarCenterTV



An exclusive behind the scenes look of JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS on Guitar Center Sessions Episode on DIRECTV presented by JBL with host Nic Hartcourt. See an all new episode on December 6th at 9pm ET | 10pm PT on DIRECTV's Audience Network, channel 239.

See more incredibly engaging performances and interviews at http://guitarcenter.com/sessions


JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS "Cherry Bomb" Guitar Center Sessions on DIRECTV
from: GuitarCenterTV



An exclusive clip of JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS performing "Cherry Bomb" from Guitar Center Sessions on DIRECTV presented by JBL. See an all new episode on December 6th at 9pm ET | 10pm PT on DIRECTV's Audience Network, channel 239. See more incredibly engaging performances and interviews at http://guitarcenter.com/sessions


JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS "Soulmates to Strangers" Guitar Center Sessions on DIRECTV
from: GuitarCenterTV



An exclusive clip of JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS performing "Soulmates to Strangers" from Guitar Center Sessions on DIRECTV presented by JBL. See an all new episode on December 6th at 9pm ET | 10pm PT on DIRECTV's Audience Network, channel 239.

See more incredibly engaging performances and interviews at http://guitarcenter.com/sessions
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