Timeline

Selene, Elizabeth, Valerie and Stefanie meet one another in Seattle and decide to form a band together (circa early October 1990)

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7 Year Bitch plays first show with a three song set at OK Hotel in Seattle as the opening act of a Rathouse Books For Prisoners benefit (November 21, 1990)

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Lorna single released (1991)

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7 Year Bitch plays International Pop Underground Convention in Olympia (August 20, 1991)

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7 Year Bitch opens three shows for Red Hot Chili Peppers (February 1992)

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7 Year Bitch plays New Music Seminar in New York City (June 1992)

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Guitarist Stefanie Sargent passes away in Seattle (June 27, 1992)

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After a period of grieving and reflection, 7 Year Bitch recruits Roisin Dunne to replace Stefanie Sargent (fall 1992)

Photo by David Hawkins

Photo by David Hawkins

Sick ‘Em released (October 1, 1992)

Sick 'Em (1992)

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Sick ‘Em advance cassette

7 Year Bitch appears on the cover of Seattle music publication The Rocket (November 1992)

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In Lust Your Trust video released (1992)

In Europe, 7 Year Bitch’s first headlining tour starts, using local bands in each city as openers (January 1993)

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West Coast tour with L7 and Love Battery starts (April 4, 1993)

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US tour with Silverfish starts (April 1993 – need specific date)

US Tour with Cypress Hill and Rage Against The Machine starts (November 17, 1993)

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US Tour with Loudspeaker starts ( June 2, 1994)

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Satyricon/Portland/June 2, 1994. Photo by Dan Stone.

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¡Viva Zapata! released (June 28, 1994)

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US tour with Alice Donut and Unsane starts (circa September 1994 – need specific date)

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Hip Like Junk video released (1994)

7 Year Bitch appears in the movie Mad Love (May 26, 1995)

7 Year Bitch fan page goes online (January 1996)

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7 Year Bitch fan page redesigned (circa March 1996)

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Gato Negro released (March 12, 1996)

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Mini tour with Season To Risk starts (circa April 1996 – need specific date)

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Summerland tour with Everclear, Spacehog, Tracy Bonham and 7 Year Bitch starts (June 29, 1996)

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Note: The original opening date of this tour was June 26th, but Everclear cancelled and the show never took place. 7 Year Bitch played a headlining show in Seattle that night instead.

24,900 Miles Per Hour video released (1996)

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Longtime 7 Year Bitch soundwoman Lisa Faye Beatty replaces Roisin Dunne as guitarist (fall 1996)

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West Coast tour with Lost Goat starts (May 22, 1997)

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7 Year Bitch website is launched (October 31, 2015)

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Live At Moe announced (November 23, 2015)

Live At Moe (January 16, 2016)

Live At Moe (To be released January 16, 2016)

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