Roisin Dunne

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Roisin Dunne Ross
Born (1965-09-18) 18 September 1965 (age 51)
Origin Ireland
Genres Grunge, punk rock, Riot grrrl
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1990–present
Labels C/Z Records, Atlantic Records
Associated acts 7 Year Bitch

Roisin Dunne Ross (born 18 September 1965 in Ireland), an Irish musician. Best known for being the replacement guitarist of 7 Year Bitch, after their guitarist Stefanie Sargent died. In 1992, they toured for their debut, with Valerie Agnew, Selene Vigil-Wilk, and Elizabeth Davis, which was her signature act with the band. This was when Mia Zapata of the Gits had been raped and murdered on 7 July 1992. The band had made a tribute album to her and Sargent.

She was the guitarist that had recorded the albums Viva Zapata and Gato Negro with Atlantic Records. She eventually left the band because she wished to start other bands.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Rock-A-Bye Baby" b/w "Wide Open Trap" (C/Z Records, 1994).
  • "The History of My Future" b/w "24,900 Miles Per Hour" (promo only) (Atlantic Records, 1996).
  • "Miss Understood" b/w "Go!" (Man's Ruin, 1996).

Music Videos[edit]

  • "In Lust You Trust" (1992)
  • "Hip Like Junk" (1994)
  • "24,900 Miles Per Hour" (1996)

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Films[edit]

  • The Gits: Movie (2005)

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