October 20, 2017 - Elettrodomestico is a 2 piece band made up of songwriter/musicians Jane Wiedlin and Pietro Straccia. The band formed in 2016, and recently released their first album, IF YOU’RE A BOY OR A GIRL summer 2017. Jane Wiedlin is best known as the guitarist/songwriter of the eighties all-female band, The Go-Go’s. Pietro Straccia is a multi-instrumentalist/songwriter who grew up in Detroit and Itally (epiqe, apside). Their sound has been compared to bands Metric, The Mamas & The Papas, ABBA, The Flaming Lips, The XX and Phantogram. Listen to "If You're a Boy or Girl" on Spotify. For more information visit: www.elettrodomesticoband.com
September 29, 2017 - Wilder Shores is a genre-busting album of eastern and western influences, fusing the worlds of energizing pop music and elevating Kundalini mantras. The powerhouse voice of pop superstar Belinda Carlisle soars over these chant tracks with precision and grace. With Petra Haden on Violin, Gabe Lopez on piano and guitar, and Arjun Bruggeman on tabla, the musicality of Wilder Shores is deeply authentic to the genre of kirtan, but deftly translated into an ultra-current sound that makes these mantras sound like chart-toppers. The power of the mantras themselves to bring peace, balance and strength to the heart is supported by powerful English tracks, including a new acoustic version of Carlisle's international hit "Heaven is a Place on Earth" that fans will not want to miss. Wilder Shores is filled with music equally at home in yoga studios and rock stadiums, leading the wave of spirituality in the music mainstream. Wilder Shores debuted at #1 on the Amazon UK World Music Chart and #1 on the Amazon US New Age Chart. Listen to Wilder Shores on iTunes or Spotify.
August 30, 2016 - “We wanted to end up where we started,” said Charlotte Caffey, and what she meant was Los Angeles. That’s the city in which Caffey and her bandmates formed the Go-Go’s in 1978, and it’s the place they returned Tuesday night for the final show of a month-long farewell tour. Read more: LA Weekly
May 22, 2016 - The Go-Go's celebrate the 35th anniversary of "We Got the Beat" and launch their farewell tour this summer. The female rockers are commemorating a groundbreaking 38 years in the music industry.
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November 22, 2011
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- A rock musical about the life of adult film star and women's liberation advocate, Linda Lovelace.
March 11, 2001 - Peaked #22 in U.S. Billboard Top 40
November 28, 2000 - Peak #1 in Billboard Hot Country Songs -Peak #37 in Billboard Hot 100
September 15, 1998
August 19, 1997
Charlotte Caffey and Jane Wiedlin perform several shows as Twisted and Jaded, at which they played acoustic versions of Go Go’s songs and debuted new material.
September 17, 1996
March 28, 1990 - The original Go Go’s line-up (Caffey, Carlisle, Shock, Valentine and Wiedlin) reunite to play a benefit concert for the California Environmental Protection Act.
October 5, 1987 - “Heaven on Earth” is the second solo album by Belinda Carlisle and her most successful to date. Released in 1987 it featured three singles that made the Top 10 charts in the United States, including the #1 hit and signature song "Heaven Is a Place on Earth"
December 25, 1984 - Peak #84 in Billboard Hot 100
October 1984 - Jane Wiedlin announced her departure from the group, Paula Jean Brown selected as new bassist, Kathy Valentine moved to the rhythm guitar.
June 19, 1984
April 1983 - Peaked #13 in Billboard Hot Dance Club Play
- Peaked #49 in Billboard Hot 100
February 23, 1983
February 24, 1982
January 23, 1982
December 1980 - Original bassist Margot Olavarria fell ill and was replaced with Kathy Valentine. Olavarria sued the remaining members in 1982 for wrongfully throwing her out. The suit was settled in 1984.
May 1978 - Initially consisting of Belinda Carlisle (vocals), Jane Wiedlin (guitar, vocals), Margot Olavarria (bass) and Elissa Bell (drums). Later in the year, Charlotte Caffey (lead guitar, keyboards) was added to The Go-Go’s.