•June 8, 1993: 1st show ever, "Day on the Green" at Jordan Middle School as 8th graders under the band name "Screen" soon to be changed to "Ragady Anne"
•November 6, 1993: 1st Battle of the Bands, freshman, as Ragady Anne 9. (blew everyone off the stage!)
•December 20, 1993: 1st Annual Christmas Benefit - Food and toy drive, Local Bands for the Ecumenical Hunger Program (We put one on every year w/the band assisting in every aspect of the show's production). as Ragady Anne.
•December 21, 1994: 2nd Annual Christmas Benefit - Food and toy drive, Local Bands for the Ecumenical Hunger Program. as Ragady Anne.
•February 28, 1995: Ragady Anne 7" vinyl released on Radio Trash Records.
•July 10, 1995: The 1st Radio X single
•September 8, 1995: 1st live show as The Donnas with the Odd Numbers, Vulcaneers, Donnas, at the Los Gatos Teen Center
•October 4, 1995: Ragady Anne and the Donnas appeared on KZSU's (Stanford college radio) Wednesday Night Live. (back to back live performances, the ladies posing as 2 different bands!)
•December 16, 1995: 3rd Annual Christmas Benefit.
Food and toy drive, Local Bands for the Ecumenical Hunger Program. as The Electrocutes.
•May 30, 1996: The 2nd single, also on Radio X, on Brett's B-Day
•September 12, 1996: Their 3rd single and 1st on Superteem Label
•December 21, 1996: 4th Annual Christmas Benefit - Food and toy drive, Local Bands for the Ecumenical Hunger Program. as The Electrocutes
•January 10, 1997: 1st Donnas Superteem LP released at Slim's show w/MTX and Hi Fives
•March 19-28, 1997: 1st tour as The Donnas, Japan
•August 15, 1997: Signed w/ Lookout! Records
•May 28, 1998: 1st Feature on MTV News 1515 interview live footage from NYC show
•February 20, 1998: 1st tour w/ Groovie Ghoulies. Through March 28, 1998
•December 16, 1998: The Electrocute "Steal Yer Lunch Money" finally surfaces on 12" Vinyl and CD on Sympathy for the Record Industry
•February 11, 1999: Win 2 Bammies.
California Music Awards were held at the Bottom of the Hill and the Donnas take home 2 Bammies: Outstanding Independent Album for American Teenage Rock 'n' Roll Machine, and Outstanding Punk Artist
•January 1, 1999: The BAM critics annnouce the Donnas' feisty, no-nonsense "American Teenage Rock 'N' Roll Machine" the best California release of 1998, w/Donnas on the cover of BAM magazine.
•April 24, 2000: Live appearance The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. Performed "Skintight"
•December 14, 2001: Signed w/ Atlantic Records
•September 28, 2002: Shot video for "Take It Off"
•October 14, 2002: Perform live on The Tonight Show
•October 23, 2002: Spend The Night headlining tour kicks off.… Expand