Kathy Valentine has gone on record telling fans not to expect a Go-Go’s tour this year.
Even as pandemic restrictions begin to ease, the group isn’t really considering live shows or recording new music at this time.
In 2020, the group virtually created the song "Club Zero" to close out their critically acclaimed documentary. Kathy says the priority for the group this year is preparing to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony this fall in Cleveland.
Valentine talked about the group’s Rock Hall induction:
"We are really proud to be celebrating our legacy and our achievements, which is an overdue celebration."
Kathy went to talk about the Rock Hall still overlooking many other women for induction. She pointed out Suzi Quatro is a good candidate for future induction.
She said, "Women's history in music is not, maybe, as commercially successful as some of the guy bands and stuff. But it's still really valid. It's our history and I would like to see it represented a lot more."
Valentine also said with their personal lives and everything going on, there’s just not much time to bring the band back fulltime:
"It's a very different thing to be in your 20s in a band and in your 60s, you know. People tend to put their whole life into their band when they're young. Whereas, when you get only and you have families and homes and stuff, so, it's not really something that's feasible for us to be an ongoing, like, functioning, like we're all out there, whoo hoo!! -- Let's go make more records and tour. That doesn't seem to be the sort of band The Go-Go's are."
[Source: Classic Hits Today]