Joan Jett & The Blackhearts — 7/11/09 2:30pm -11:00pm
In the 1980's, when she ruled Top 40 radio, Joan Jett was the perfect embodiment of rock's primal qualities. She was young, cocky, sexy, rebellious and knew how to rock a pair of leather pants. She had a signature look (shag haircut and heavy eyeliner), a jailbait past (she joined the Runaways at age 15) and a punk-rock pedigree (she was friends with Sid Vicious and produced the Germs). It's hard to think of a cooler 80's rocker — maybe Axl Rose? But unlike Mr. Rose, with his odd behavior and even odder new face, Ms. Jett has aged with grace. At 47, she seems eerily youthful and unjaded. — NYT
Legendary Female Rocker, Joan Jett, will heat up the Downtown Live stage. With crowd favorites, “I Love Rock N Roll” and “I Hate Myself For Loving You,” Joan Jett & The Blackhearts will rock us into the night!
Free Event sponsored by Bud Light
Moore Square, Downtown Raleigh