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Charlotte Caffey

Charlotte Caffey (2008)
Background information
Birth name Charlotte Irene Caffey
Born October 21, 1953 (1953-10-21) (age 56)
Origin Santa Monica, California
Genres Punk rock
Occupations Guitarist, songwriter
Instruments Guitar, Keyboards, Bass
Years active 1980–present
Associated acts The Go-Go's

Charlotte Irene Caffey (born 21 October, 1953 in Santa Monica, California) is an American rock and roll guitarist and songwriter, best known for her work in the Go-Go's in the 1980s, including writing "We Got the Beat".

She remained friends with fellow band member Belinda Carlisle. From 1988 till 1992, she led her own band, The Graces, with Meredith Brooks and Gia Ciambotti, who released a 1989 album, Perfect View. Caffey also co-wrote the theme song to the television series, Clueless, with Anna Waronker, and played piano on the album version of "Foolish Games", by Jewel.

Personal life

Charlotte Caffey (2008)

She grew up in Glendale, California, and graduated from Immaculate Heart College. She is also in Ze Malibu Kids with her husband, the Redd Kross singer and guitarist, Jeff McDonald; they have a daughter, Astrid (b. 1995).

She was the third of thirteen children. Her mother was Ann Caffey and father was Michael Caffey, a well-known television director from the mid-1960s on into the 1990s. Charlotte semi-retired in the late 1980s because of crippling carpal tunnel syndrome.[1] Her brother Tom Caffey composes music for films; his most recent work was the trailer for 10,000 BC.

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