Former L7 member and current Shocker front lady, Jennifer Precious Finch, is ready to get Warped.
By Erik Fong
If you do a search for “Jennifer Precious Finch” on a little place often referred to as “the Internet,” you’d better clear some room in your schedule – you’ll have a lot to look through. And it’s no surprise, considering how busy The Shocker’s front woman has kept herself since breaking into music with L7 at only 18 years old.
A former San Francisco resident, Precious spent a few years in the Haight/Fillmore area in the mid ‘80s, taking Visual Basic programming classes on some device called an “Amiga” at San Francisco State. Today, not only does she sing and play guitar for what can officially be called “the greatest band named after a disgusting four-finger, two-input sexual stimulation technique,” but she also runs her own web design company, hosts a site featuring some of her photography, and has joined the elite ranks of sleazy record company moguls as the proud owner of a brand new independent label, Little Pusher. The label’s first release: The Shocker’s debut, so subtly titled Up Your Ass Tray.