01/15/09: Jello Biafra at Sound of Young America Live
Jello Biafra will be one of the guests at the live taping of the radio show/podcast Sound of Young America with host Jesse Thorn. The other guest scheduled for the taping is Tom Ammiano from the California State Assembly.
Who: Jello Biafra
What: Live taping of Sound of Young America
When: Friday, January 23, 8pm
Where: Cobb's Comedy Club 915 Columbus Ave, San Francisco
Tickets are $20 and available online here.
Sound of Young America Live is a part of SF Sketchfest.
12/12/08: Read Jello Biafra's open letter to Barack Obama
Since Election Day, Jello Biafra has been working on an open letter to President-Elect Barack Obama. We're submitting the letter via Change.gov, the Obama administration's transition website, on Jello's behalf. We posted the letter in its entirety at:
Please read it, pass it along to your friends and family, and let us know your thoughts. Most importantly, go to Change.gov and submit your own ideas and suggestions for the incoming administration!
11/13/08: RSVP for a taping of Soft Focus with Ian Svenonius
Cobb's Comedy Club will host a taping of VBS.tv's Soft Focus with Ian Svenonius. Ian will interview Jello Biafra as well as Alan and Richard Bishop of the Sun City Girls in front of a live audience. The taping is free and open to the public. You must RSVP with your name and e-mail address at www.viceland.com/softfocussf.
Soft Focus with host Ian Svenonius
featuring interviews with
Richard & Alan Bishop
Wednesday, November 19, 2009
Cobb's Comedy Club
915 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133
Space is limited. RSVP at www.viceland.com/softfocussf
11/05/08: Jello on Pirate Cat Radio TONIGHT 8pm!
We have a last minute confirmation that Jello Biafra will be on Pirate Cat Radio tonight (11/5) at 8pm PST for MonkeyMan's show. Other guests will include Matt Gonzalez, Ralph Nader's running mate and former SF Board of Supervisors president, and Ross Mirikarimi, current SF Supervisor for District 5. This will be a discussion and analysis of Election 2008.
You can listen to the broadcast by tuning in to 87.9FM in San Francisco and Los Angeles. If you live in San Francisco, you can go to the Pirate Cat Radio studio, which is also a cafe, at: 2781 21st Street, San Francisco, CA 94110. The show will also be streamed live at the Pirate Cat Radio website and will be archived on the site as a podcast.
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