Joan Jett Plays Tunica 

Joan Jett is hands-down the Queen of Punk Rock, and she’ll be taking the stage at the Horseshoe Casino with her band, the Blackhearts, Saturday night.

Fans can expect a few old faves, like “I Love Rock and Roll” and “I Hate Myself for Loving You.” But much of her set will likely include songs from her latest album The Sinner, which sounds very similar to the ‘80s-era punk rock that made Jett famous.

For more, check out the Flyer’s searchable listings.

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