The all-female band the Runaways were originally a power trio comprised of (left to right in the above photo) Micki (Michael) Steele on bass, Sandy West on drums, and Joan Jett on guitar. Micki also handled a good share the lead vocals.
New York City-based actress and singer Stormi Maya has been making quite a name for herself over the last couple of years. In addition to her over two dozen roles in films and TV shows, she’s produced and directed a couple of short films.
Alexa Feiner, known professionally as “LEX,” grew up in a musical family. She began playing the piano as a child and wrote songs with her brother and father. Singing came a little later, when she realized her vocal talent in high school.
Actress and singer Berivan Kaya has a career that has spanned over 20 years, so far. Her face is well-known to German television audiences, having appeared on some of the country’s top-rated TV shows and made-for-TV movies.
Actress and Pandora Black frontwoman Daiane Azura can be seen in Dustin Ferguson’s recent sci-fi thriller, Nemesis 5: The New Model, as well as heard on the film’s soundtrack performing “Time Machine” and “Here is Love.”
Her solo career started in 1959 when she was heard singing at a friend’s birthday by the leader of a Brisbane jazz band. She later performed at the Latin Quarter Club in Pitt Street, Sydney and recorded for Festival Records.
She’s very photogenic, but singer, songwriter, and photographer, in that order, are what Nikol Ette considers herself before she’d consider herself a model. You can also add musician, as she also plays a mean bass.
Josie and the Pussycats was a comedy/adventure/espionage cartoon based on the Archie comic book of the same name. Cartoonist Dan DeCarlo was in Paris (just after the War?) where he met an adorable French girl named Josie.