As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series and in celebration of Women’s History Month, the GRAMMY Museum hosted a conversation with singer/songwriter, musician, author, artist, educator and feminist Alice Bag, moderated by LA-based writer and artist Lucretia Tye Jasmine. Alice Bag was the lead singer and co-founder of the Bags, one of the first bands to form during the initial wave of punk in Los Angeles. The Alice Bag Band was featured in the influential documentary on punk rock, The Decline of Western Civilization. Alice went on to perform in other groundbreaking bands, including Castration Squad, Cholita, and Las Tres. She is the author of the critically acclaimed books 'Violence Girl' and 'Pipe Bomb For the Soul.' Her self-titled 2016 debut album received critical acclaim and was named one of the best albums of 2016 by AllMusic. Her second album, Blueprint, was named one of the Best Albums of 2018 by NPR and the Los Angeles Times. Bag’s 3rd album, Sister Dynamite, was released in April 2020.