The latest DEVO related news.
Now in stock at ClubDevo.com - Four DEVO enamel lapel pins. Available individually or in a set. Each measure approximately 1/25"-1.5" tall.
Energy Dome Logo: Iconic Red Energy Dome image with DEVO logo.
Devo Salute: Classic image of hazmat suited DEVO from an early Club DEVO album sleeve merchandise catalog.
Science Boy (Basic Model): Duty Now For The Future era Science Boy logo w/ horizontal "DEVO" in no nonsense shiny metallic silver.
Science Boy (Student Model): Student model two color version of the Science Boy logo w/ vertical "DEVO".
- 227 YEARS AGO THE FRENCH REVOLUTION EXPLODES AUTHORITARIAN RULE
Long live “Bob #2”, looking sharp in his cubist/dadaist influenced Red Energy Dome.
AKRON ART MUSEUM / AKRON, OHIO
Saturday, August 13 • 6:30 PM
Join DEVO co-founders Gerald Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh for an exclusive event at the Akron Art Museum. The evening will feature a dialogue between the two bandmates, as they screen and discuss DEVO music videos,followed by a wine reception and autograph signing.
The duo have forged influential careers in both the film and music industries. Mark Mothersbaugh has established a career scoring films like Rushmore and The Lego Movie, as well as television programs such as Rugrats and Pee-wee's Playhouse. Gerald Casale has created over 60 music videos, including 15 DEVO music videos, and over 70 television commercials. Casale has also launched a career as a winemaker, creating "The 50 by 50" which will be featured during the reception.
Mark Mothersbaugh Myopia related merchandise is available for purchase in the museum shop.
RECORD STORE DAY vinyl from Jerry & Mark of DEVO
Only 1037 pressed on the MVD Audio label.
Gerald Casale, founding member of DEVO, presents a new single with remixes from Phunk Investigation, Paul Mendez and more.
Ltd Edition of 3000 units on Mark's MUTMUZ label.
New music from Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh on limited edition one-sided 12" vinyl! B side has a "Beautiful Mutant" etching of Mark's school portrait.
Music is everywhere, particularly when your mother is an enthusiastic church pianist and your father dreams of being the next Benny Goodman on clarinet. Such was the case for Bob Mothersbaugh, lead guitarist for the controversial 1970s and '80s band, Devo.
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