Harness the electricity of Lita Ford’s rock rhythms and qualified prospects

Lita Ford is a groundbreaking rock musician, a feminine guitarist who broke into the male-dominated ’80s rock scene. She started her vocation in the mid-’70s when she joined The Runaways, a band that also featured Joan Jett on guitar and vocals. With Ford also playing guitar and singing, and the band being break up between rock and punk, they parted techniques in 1979.

In the early 1980s, Lita Ford introduced various albums on the Mercury label in advance of signing to RCA Documents and getting picked up by Sharon Osbourne’s management company. This alliance led to a shift in the direction of pop-steel, and in 1988 she introduced her most successful album, Lita, which bundled a duet with Ozzy Osbourne and a music co-prepared with Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe.