Jane Wiedlin

guitarist and backup vocalist for the Go-Go’s

Jane Wiedlin on KCRW

KCRW speaks with Alison Ellwood, director of “The Go-Go’s” film, and Jane Wiedlin, guitarist and backup vocalist for the Go-Go’s.

‘It was really fun being a rock star for 10 seconds.’ Jane Wiedlin on her time with the Go-Go’s

KCRW speaks with Alison Ellwood, director of “The Go-Go’s” film, and Jane Wiedlin, guitarist and backup vocalist for the Go-Go’s.

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