Vixen77 is five unique females merging artistically under one common goal: to play loud rock and roll. Their songs are raw, uncompromising, female-driven anthems that are a throwback to rock's rebellious glory days. The ladies combine fiery grooves with hooks and attitude to create bangers that make people move. If The Runaways and The Stooges spawned a musical child from punk-rock basements of Philadelphia, it would be Vixen77. Known for their live shows, which are usually a sweaty mess of angry fun, Vixen77 is stripped-down, in-your-face garage-rock from five empowered women that pisses off the parents and the neighbors.
Formed in 2018, Vixen77 is musically wise beyond their years. It's as if they've time-traveled from punk's heyday of the 60's in Detroit where the likes of The Stooges and MC5 reigned supreme.
Their three-song E.P. was recorded in Philly with producer Pete Donnelly (bassist of The Figgs), who perfectly captured the band's primal, grimy, and brash energy that pervades their live performances.
In the short time they've been together, Vixen77 has shared the stage with the likes of The Figgs, female rock icons Cherie Currie (The Runaways) & Brie Howard Darling (Fanny), and Philly's punk legend Rodney Anonymous (Dead Milkmen).
Vixen77 is glam, glitter, and a ton of fury.
As Laurel Thatcher Ulrich once said, "Well behaved women seldom make history." That's just what Vixen77 looks to do.