As Randy Fox from the East Nashvillian puts it, "Five girls busy killin' it with attitude to burn" Queens of Noise is "estrogen-powered post punk." Queens Of Noise began in a basement as the best rock bands do, trying to work out how to play the song "Queens of Noise" by the teenaged band's heroes The Runaways. The girls thought that a fitting name for a tribute band and they were on their way. Now the covers just pepper their sets of original material that channel the angst and rage, as well as the hopes and dreams of modern life today. We're super stoked to welcome the Queens of Noise back to Grimey's for an in-store performance in celebration of the reissue on vinyl of the Runaways' first two groundbreaking albums (out July 26) as well as the birthdays of founding Runaways members Lita Ford (born on Sept. 19) and Joan Jett (born Sept. 22)! We'll have free beers for those 21+ and free cherry colas, you know, for kids. Don't miss this one, folks. I'll let our friends at the Nashville Scene convince you why - "There's just something about watching a group of teenagers smiling and ripping through a set of classic covers like The Runaways' 'Dead End Justice' that convinces you there's still good in the world." --The Nashville Scene.