Susanna Lee Hoffs is an American singer and songwriter. She is best known as the co-founder of Bangles. Hoffs founded Bangles in 1981 with Debbi and Vicki Peterson. They released their first full album All Over the Place on Columbia Records in 1984. Hoffs started a solo career after Bangles disbanded in 1989. She released her first solo album, When You're a Boy. , in 1991. She went on to form the famous 1960s British band, Ming Tea, along with Mike Myers and Matthew Sweet. Hoffs has also appeared in a supporting role in a number of films.
|Born||Susanna Lee Hoffs, January 17, 1959, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Vocalist, guitarist, actress, songwriter|
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Singer with The Bangles who recorded "Walk like an Egyptian" in 1986.
She went to the final Sex Pistols concert while a student at Berkeley.
She had a solo career, releasing albums like When You're A Boy.
She married Jay Roach on April 17, 1993 and they had two children together.
She and Matthew Sweet formed the duo Sid n Susie in 2006. They released an album of classic rock covers called Under the Covers, Vol. 1.
- Members of Bangles
- Jewish rock musician
- American acoustic guitarist
- American rock singer
- American sopranos
- Rhythmic guitarists
- Singer Los Angeles
- California actresses
- Film Producers in California
- Jewish American actress
Latest information about Susanna Hoffs updated on June 18 2021.