Victoria Anne Theresa "Vicki" Peterson (born January 11, 1958 in Burbank , California ) is an American pop and rock musician (vocals, guitar). Together with her sister Debbi and Susanna Hoffs , she founded the band Bangles in Los Angeles in 1981 .
The band's phase of success began in early 1986 with the title Manic Monday and the accompanying album Different Light . From there came the number one hit Walk Like an Egyptian , which made it to the top of the charts in both the Federal Republic and the United States at the end of the same year. The Bangles achieved another worldwide success in the spring of 1989 with the single Eternal Flame , which was released from the LP Everything . In autumn 1989 the group officially disbanded.
After the Bangles ended, Vicki Peterson played with the Continental Drifters and the Psycho Sisters, among others, and also had some solo projects. She also helped out on tour at the 1994 Go-Gos for Charlotte Caffey.
In 1999 the successful line-up of the Bangles came together again, who celebrated their comeback in the spring of 2003 with the album Doll Revolution .
Peterson has been married to the American musician John Cowsill since autumn 2003 .
- Biography on the official website Bangles (Engl.)
- Vicki Peterson at theInternet Movie Database(English)
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Peterson, Victoria Anne Theresa (real name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American pop and rock musician|
|DATE OF BIRTH||January 11, 1958|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Burbank , California , United States|