The Runaways

The Runaways were a seminal all-women band who performed music in the 1970s.
Widely believed at the time to have been a novelty act formed by producer Kim Fowley, who thought the notion of five teenage girls dressed in leather and lingerie performing heavy metal music was highly marketable, the band released its eponymous first album in 1976. The band's lineup was: * Cherie Currie, lead vocals and keyboards
* Joan Jett, rhythm guitar and vocals