Joan Jett took the stage with Against Me! last night at Terminal 5, joining singer Laura Jane Grace for a cover of the Replacements' 1984 track, "Androgynous." Grace, who came out as transgender to Rolling Stone last month, made her live debut under her new name two weeks ago in San Diego. Jett's 2006 album Sinner features a cover of the same song, whose lyrics celebrate changing gender images: "Same hair, revolution / Unisex, evolution / Tomorrow who’s gonna fuss."
Joan Jett Joins Against Me! Onstage in New York
Sings Replacements' 'Androgynous' with Laura Jane Grace
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