Kim Shattuck

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Kim Shattuck
Birth nameKimberly Dianne Shattuck
Born (1963-07-17) July 17, 1963 (age 56)
GenresAlternative rock, punk rock, pop punk
Occupation(s)singer, guitarist, songwriter, producer, photographer
Instrumentsvocals, guitar, bass guitar
Years active1985-present
Associated actsThe Muffs, The Pandoras, The Beards, White Flag, Pixies, NOFX

Kimberly Dianne "Kim" Shattuck (born July 17, 1963) is the lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter of the band The Muffs. From 1985 to 1990, she was a member of The Pandoras. In 2001, she was a singer, guitarist and songwriter for The Beards, a superpop side project composed of Shattuck, Lisa Marr, and Sherri Solinger.[1]

Shattuck sang on a NOFX song, "Lori Meyers" on the album Punk in Drublic, as well as on a Bowling for Soup song, "I'll Always Remember You (That Way)", which was included with the single "My Wena". She also collaborated with vocals for the Kepi Ghoulie song "This Friend of Mine" on the album American Gothic and The Dollyrots for their track "Some Girls" off the album A Little Messed Up. Shattuck is the namesake of Dr. Shattuck, a character on Mr. Show (HBO, 1995–1999).

Shattuck joined the Pixies for their fall 2013 European tour, following the departure of original member Kim Deal. At the conclusion of the tour in late November 2013, she was fired by The Pixies.[2]

Shattuck participated in a reunion of The Pandoras on July 4, 2015, at the Burger Boogaloo in Oakland, California. Although she played bass and sang backing vocals in The Pandoras, she was the lead singer and guitarist for the reunion due to the 1991 death of original Pandoras lead singer and guitarist Paula Pierce.


  1. ^ "Lisa Marr • The Beards". Archived from the original on 3 November 2012. Retrieved 21 February 2012.
  2. ^ "Pixies Fire Bassist Kim Shattuck". Retrieved 2013-11-30.

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