We at johnstabb were pretty bummed out over the month of June. But it’s July and our guy showed up in the world on July 12, 1961 so we’re gonna rally.
We have a bunch of Boycott Cancer shirts left and unfortunately, medical bills left too! Please consider buying an awesome shirt and helping out the cause! Just email email@example.com
Folks, someone generously donated this from their collection to help out Mina.
This is an original pressing of Dischord #4, Government Issue’s Legless Bull EP. Only 1,000 of these were made. Classic harDCore.
Just a quick note to let you know we have BOYCOTT CANCER shirts left. Please consider buying one. $20 with S&H included. All profits go to help Mina Devadas pay off John’s treatment bills.
John Stabb “Riding For Candyland, 1991-1993″ is now out. It’s some of his best non-Government Issue work that John’s done all in one handy new package. I have 60 copies of this CD for SALE. Drop me a line and I’ll ship it on out to you. It’s a flat $20 that includes S&H.
If you prefer digital, you can get it on iTunes here: https://itun.es/us/7gDucb.
It includes songs from the band STABB and Emma Peel, bands who feature members of Minor Threat, Youth Brigade, Dot Dash, Octopus, Madhouse, Strange Boutique, Landspeedrecord! and many others. All proceeds from this release go to Mina Devadas to cover bills, etc. so please buy a copy.
Extremely limited copies of this Chad Brady screenprint will be sold this Sunday at the Black Cat. All profit goes to benefit John Stabb andMina Devadas as they continue to battle John’s stomach cancer. Big thanks to Rebecca Hammel for allowing us to use her iconic photo of John.
Any remaining copies will be sold online. Interested folks let me know. No promises, but we’ll use your interest to help with the final number of copies.
Folks, we’re about to place a big order for shirts to sell up in DC at the Boycott Cancer shows the weekend of 5/7.
Now, we know that everyone who wants a shirt will not be able to attend the shows. So, to let people continue to help out John and Mina and get a cool shirt as well, we’re going to let folks place pre-orders for mail order shirts. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you get a confirmation, because Phil is overworked but want to be a good guy. If you don’t get a confirmation, just nag him. He can take it…maybe.
PRE-ORDERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER 4/17!! So, order now because once the shirts are ordered, that’s all folks!
George Hurchalla, the talented author of Going Underground: American Punk 1979 – 1989, has donated 10 signed copies of the 2nd Edition to the cause. I’ll be putting a copy up each day! So go a bid on the first one here! And don’t forget, you’ll have chances at other copies!!
An illustrated and wide-ranging survey of the underground U.S. punk scene in the 1980s The product of decades of work and multiple self-published editions, “Going Underground,” written by 1980s scene veteran George Hurchalla, is the most comprehensive look yet at America s nationwide underground punk scene. Despite the misguided mainstream press declarations that punk died with Sid Vicious or that punk was reborn with Nirvana, Hurchalla followed the DIY spirit of punk underground, where it not only survived but thrived nationally as a self-sustaining grassroots movement rooted in seedy clubs, rented fire halls, xeroxed zines, and indie record shops. Rather than dwell on well-documented suspects and trendsetters from LA, NY, and DC, Hurchalla delves deep into the underground s underbelly to root out stories from Chicago, Philadelphia, Austin, Lawrence, Annapolis, Cincinnati, Florida, and elsewhere. Like most of the truly great books on punk that have emerged to date, Hurchalla mixes his personal experiences with the words of dozens of band members, promoters, artists, zinesters, and scenesters. This revised second edition includes new photos, zine scans, and flyer collections from around the United States.”
Folks, I was digging through some boxes in the punk rock archive aka The Garage. I found a stash of Make An Effort shirts in Xl, 2XL, and 3XL. So, for folks looking for those sizes, hit me up and buy a shirt. They’re $20 a piece Help out John and Mina!
One SIGNED copy of Scharpling & Wurster’s Rock, Rot, and Rule. Signed by both Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster. This is in MINT condition (Unplayed) and on RED Vinyl.
This is the first release by the comedic team. Originally out in the 1999, it was reissued on RED vinyl for Record Store Day 2014. Limited to 1,000 copies.
A big thank you to Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster for donating this.
All proceeds go to benefit John Stabb’s cancer treatment and assorted expenses.
Bid early and often HERE!
The world famous and talented graphic artist Brian Walsby graciously donated his time and creativity to come up with this kickass graphic! We’ll be using this for some benefit shows on May 7 and May 8. We plan on selling some t shirts and screen printed posters of this image at the shows.
For folks who can’t make it to the shows, but would like a shirt, please hit me up here, on FB or headonmb at gmail dot com. We’ll try and make it happen!!