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After Ellen.com: You were the first woman in rock and roll to own her own record label, Blackheart Records. Joan Jett: I’m pretty involved in it, but I don’t actually find the band. The people that work for Blackheart have great ears. JJ: Actually, there is a print ad of me leaning up against a car with sunglasses on. The Blackhearts' song "I Love Rock 'n Roll" was number-one on the Billboard Hot 100 from March 20 to May 1, 1982.
When we printed up the first versions of we’d sell them out of the trunk of our car.
After the Runaways, I never smoked, and I became a vegetarian at least 16 years ago. I stay out of the sun, or if I [am] in the sun, I put on a lot of sunscreen. Because I was in drama class, I knew a lot of those show tunes.
I mean, is there a genre you listen to that’s completely unexpected for Joan Jett, like opera or country? You know, when I was a kid I used to listen to Broadway.
Jett and Laguna entered the Who's Ramport Studios with the latter at the helm, and Jett's self-titled solo debut was released by Ariola Records in Europe on May 17, 1980. He mentioned a local bass player, Gary Ryan, who had recently been crashing on his couch.
In the US, after the album was rejected by 23 major labels, Jett and Laguna released it independently on their new Blackheart Records label, which they started with Laguna's daughter's college savings. Ryan was born Gary Moss, and adopted his stage name upon joining the Blackhearts in 1979, in part to cover for the fact that he was only 15 at the time.
She legally changed her name to Joan Jett and took her mother's maiden name as her professional name after her parents divorced.