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Jezebelle

Jezebelle

Jezebelle


Jezebelle were a British all-female hard rock/metal band who existed for around five years in the late 1980s and early 1990s. During their brief heyday the band underwent a number of line-up changes and even changed their name twice. They adopted a non-glam, ballsy approach to music that recalled earlier punk sensibilities and which fitted in with the ethos of the contemporaneous riot grrrl movement in the USA. The group, which had a largely thrash Read more on Last.fm
Jezebelle were a British all-female hard rock/metal band who existed for around five years in the late 1980s and early 1990s. During their brief heyday the band underwent a number of line-up changes and even changed their name twice. They adopted a non-glam, ballsy approach to music that recalled earlier punk sensibilities and which fitted in with the ethos of the contemporaneous riot grrrl movement in the USA. The group, which had a largely thrash and NWOBHM influenced sound whilst looking to punk icons such as The Slits and Siouxsie for inspiration in terms of image and attitude, featured H Stewart on vocals, Zaz Richards on guitar, Maggot Simpson on drums and TC on bass as its seminal line-up. The band was established in 1988 when H and Zaz, who played together in the Voodoo Dollies, decided to establish their own band in London (H was Scottish, Zaz from Kent).

They were joined by TC as bassist with a drummer called Sue and a rhythm guitarist by the name of Hannah. Sue, who had a day job as a firefighter, left soon afterwards when she injured her back on duty and was replaced by Maggot, another Scot. The band spent much of 1989 touring the pub and club circuit, before Hannah left the band due to "creative differences" (largely the fact that her tastes ran to mainstream rock). As a four piece the band supported The Almighty at London's Marquee before releasing their sole album "Bad Attitude" in May 1990. The sudden increase in fame proved too much for TC however and she left the band with exhaustion soon after the release, being replaced by new bassist Mandy Judge.

Judge did not last long however, feeling homesick for her native Blackpool and her replacement JJ was also short-lived as the other band members did not like her. For a time the band used the name Stone Cold Crazy before becoming I Monster until in 1993 they decided to split. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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