Gina Schock (born Regina Ann Schock on August 31, 1957 in Baltimore, Maryland) is best known as the drummer in the all-girl punk/pop band, The Go-Go's.
Schock's career began as drummer for Edie and the Eggs, a band assembled to feature the John Waters star Edith Massey. After her stint in Edie and the Eggs, Schock relocated to Los Angeles, and soon joined The Go-Go's. Schock recorded and toured steadily with The Go-Go's until the group disbanded in 1985 and reformed a few years later. She currently lives in San Francisco.
Following the dissolution of The Go-Go's Schock continued drumming with various artists, and would also hone her singing and songwriting skills. In 1987 she joined with Vance DeGeneres and formed House of Schock, which released one album for Capitol Records.
The Go-Go's reformed in 1990; Schock has toured and recorded with them since. She also works as a writer and producer for new bands. Her drumming continues to gather critical acclaim.
Schock's songs have appeared in films including The Accused, Superstar, and Bull Durham. She has acted for television and in several films, including those of underground director Relah Eckstein.
Other artists that Schock has worked with include (in no particular order) Gary Myrick, Dominique Davalos, A-ha, Feargal Sharkey, John Mellencamp, Steve Plunkett and Debbi Peterson.