Fox played on the Runaways' second studio album Queens of Noise but was not permitted to play on the band's 1976 debut album.
According to multiple sources, including Cherie Currie's memoir Neon Angel and the liner notes of the Raven Records release of The Runaways, Blondie bassist Nigel Harrison was hired to play bass on the first album due to manager Fowley's refusal to let Fox play on the record.
Fox's final appearance with the Runaways' was on their 1977 Live in Japan album.
According to Fox herself in the 2005 documentary film Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways, she was distraught over the band members' inability to get along with each other and called her close friend Randy Rhoads of the L. Though she had quit the band three years earlier, Fox appears on Flaming Schoolgirls (1980), an outtakes compilation featuring songs recorded during the Queens of Noise recording sessions in 1976.She would later appear on the compilation albums, Neon Angels and The Best of the Runaways.Jackie played bass at The Runaways reunion in 1994 with Currie and West.Jacqueline Louise Fuchs (born December 20, 1959) is an American musician and attorney.Under her former stage name of Jackie Fox, she played bass guitar for the pioneering all-girl teenage rock band the Runaways.
She is the sister of screenwriter Carol Fuchs and sister-in-law of Castle Rock Entertainment co-founder Martin Shafer.A merit scholar, Fox was set for an early entry to University of California, Los Angeles, to study mathematics when the opportunity to join the fledgling rock band the Runaways presented itself.Fox was "discovered" dancing at the Starwood by Rodney Bingenheimer, the self-proclaimed "mayor of the Sunset Strip", who introduced her to producer/impresario Kim Fowley.She had initially auditioned for the lead guitar position but the band hired Lita Ford instead.Some time later, she was called back and offered the bassist position in the band, which she accepted.Fox joined the Runaways in 1975, shortly before her sixteenth birthday.