Artist Biography Available in: The band performed several local shows at venues such as FM Station, Club Lingerie, Whisky a Go Go and The Roxygaining a strong LA following. This exposure brought Precious Metal to the attention of influential KROQ radio disc jockey Rodney Bingenheimer who played their music on his local radio program. Russ Regan, head of Polygram Records, heard Precious Metal on KROQ and signed the band soon afterwards, releasing their debut record Right Here, Right Now in 1985 on Mercury Records. After leaving Polygram, the band was picked up by Capitol Records subsidiary label Chameleon who released their final two albums That Kind of Girl in 1988 and Precious Metal in 1990. While in Precious Metal, Janet Robin wrote songs with members of Heart, Poison and Cheap Trick.