Singer, songwriter and guitarist Victoria Anne Theresa Peterson was born on January 11, 1958 in Northridge, Los Angeles, California. She attended the University of California as an English major. In 1981, Victoria co-founded the hugely popular and successful all-female rock band, The Bangles, along with Susanna Hoffs, her younger sister Debbi Peterson, and original bassist Annette Zilinskas. After The Bangles broke up in 1989, Peterson formed the duo "The Psycho Sisters" with fellow singer/songwriter/musician Susan Cowsill. "The Psycho Sisters" were a well-received attraction at various Los Angeles clubs in the early 90s but, alas, only recorded a single 45. Moreover, "The Psycho Sisters" are featured as backing singers on the albums "Fluorescent" by Steve Wynn and "Center of the Universe" by "Giant Sand". Victoria and Cowsill subsequently became members of the Los Angeles rock band, "The Continental Drifters" in 1992. In addition, Peterson has sung harmony vocals on recordings for such artists as John Doe, Belinda Carlisle, and the Hoodoo Gurus. Victoria served as a substitute for a pregnant Charlotte Caffey as the guitarist for The Go-Go's during their 1994-1995 reunion tour. In 1999, Peterson rejoined The Bangles. Victoria Peterson has been married to husband Jon Cowsill since 2003.
- Soundtrack(as Vicki Peterson, "Get The Girl")
- Soundtrack(as Vicki Peterson, "I Got Nothing")
- Soundtrack(as Vicki Peterson, "Want You")
- Hippie Mob Killer(as Vicki Peterson)
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