Jennifer Finch also Jennifer Precious Finch , born August 5, , is an American musician, designer, and photographer most notable for being the primary bass player of the punk rock band L7. Active in L7 from to , Finch also wrote music and performed with her bands OtherStarPeople and The Shocker in the interim before joining the reunited L7 in Finch was born August 5, and grew up in West Los Angeles. She was adopted in by Robert Edward Finch, an aeronautics engineer, and his wife Sandra Jacobson; they later divorced in  Finch credits the support of her adoptive father, who was also an amateur photographer, as being instrumental to her creative development. Finch began her musical career in the mid s. In , Finch joined the Los Angeles-based punk rock group L7, as the bass guitar player and additional vocalist.
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