Jackie Enx is a transsexual radio personality, who hosted a segment called “Fun with Hypocrisy.” Jackie was formerly the drummer of the heavy metal band Warrior in 1982. Initially they went under the name Fury, the band soon started to make a name for themselves in the local clubs with their futuristic brand of European influenced heavy metal. In 1984, the band recorded a 3-song demo which went into heavy rotation on KMET radio and became a huge hit locally helping turn Warrior into one of the most buzzed about acts around town. Subsequently, the band signed a record deal with MCA Records in Europe. Jackie and another member left the band.
She then played for the hard rock band Rhino Bucket from Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California. The band had formed in February 1986. Warner Brothers signed the band in 1989 and they released their self-titled debut album in 1990 with Jackie on the drums. Their second album, 1992’s Get Used To It, was recorded in Memphis. The album contained “Ride With Yourself” which was featured in the hit movie Wayne’s World. In 1993 another drummer stepped into the band. It’s unclear what happened during this time. What we do know is that Jackie was part of the recording in the 2006 Rhino Bucket release Then It Got Ugly. Some time before 2009, Jackie left the band for her popular radio talk show.