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"Said it gave him flashbacks to 1968." Jett is making new music today with her longtime band the Blackhearts: the title song to a forthcoming film, director Catherine Hardwicke.Written by Jett, Laguna and guitarist Dougie Needles, the track is a razor-toothed surge of guitars with a hot chorus from the same pop-smart punk-rock pocket as the records that got Jett, 56, into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 18th: the 1981 New Wave anthem "I Love Rock ' N Roll"; her hit covers of Gary Glitter's "Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)" and Tommy James and the Shondells' "Crimson and Clover"; Jett's first solo LP, her 1976 debut, at 17, with that pioneering all-teen, all-female Los Angeles band.It’s so funny, in the forward, Joan admits how angry she was with me for leaving the band and I was like, “What? Joan asked her to be involved and had she done so it would have been a different film. First of all, back in the mid-’70s, Bowie had just come out as bisexual and so had Elton John and that was really intriguing. I thought you wanted me out.” We never talked to each after I left and it’s water under the bridge now but we both wish we had spoken before. But you would never want to cross me when it comes to this band. Your former bandmate Lita Ford made it clear that she had nothing to do with the film and isn’t pleased about it. But you can’t get blood from a stone and that’s what Lita is. From that skinful debut, Jodie went on to TV and kiddie movies such as EURO VERSION: She serves up some sweet full frontal--unfortunately distorted behind the frosted glass of the shower door, but makes up for it by giving a clear view while grabbing for a towel.

Do you feel that she’s more protective of the Runaways’ legacy than you are?

She is best known as Louanne "Kat" Katraine on Battlestar Galactica.

Richard Harmon Richard Scott Harmon is best known for his role as John Murphy in CW's The 100.

Hawthorn and Holly Hawthorn & Holly are a pop punk band that plays songs about Harry Potter and other fandoms.

Started in 2007 from Charlotte, North Carolina, Leah Schroeder and Christie Mowery weave gorgeous harmonies with Eddie Mowery on guitars, while Dave Beaucar slaps the bass.

She still sings like a woman with unfinished business.

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