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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Calvin Johnson over at K Records is a great guy. He donated some Beat Happening test pressings and they are being auctioned off to pay off John Stabb’s medical bills and help his widow get back on her feet again. Please consider bidding on this signed test pressing of the Beat Happening’s Dreamy.
Calvin Johnson over at K Records is a great guy. He donated some Beat Happening test pressings and they are being auctioned off to pay off John Stabb’s medical bills and help his widow get back on her feet again. Please consider bidding on this signed test pressing of the Beat Happening’s You Turn Me On.
Calvin Johnson over at K Records is a great guy. He donated some Beat Happening test pressings and they are being auctioned off to pay off John Stabb’s medical bills and help his widow get back on her feet again. Please consider bidding on this signed test pressing of the Beat Happening’s Jamboree
On May 8, a John Stabb memorial show was held. We had hoped it would be a benefit, but John passed away the day before. Many participants signed this screen print in order to help us raise funds to pay off John’s medical bills and provide assistance to his wife, Mina.
THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND PIECE OF DC HARCORE PUNK MEMORABILIA!
The list of signatures includes the following namessmile emoticon
Jim Saah (photographer)
John Moloney (Thurston Moore)
Alec MacKaye (Untouchables)
Amanda Mackaye (Organizer)
Ian Mackaye (Fugazi, Minor Threat)
Skeeter Thompson (Scream)
J. Robbins (Burning Airlines, Government issue, Jawbox)
Brooks harlan (Avec, War on Women, Office of Future Plans)
Tom Berard (historian)
Gordon Withers (Bells, Pauses, Office of Future Plans)
Scott Crawford (filmmaker)
Tom Lyle (government issue)
Brendan Canty (Fugazi)
Devin Ocampo (medications, Beauty Pill)
Danny Ingram (youth brigade, Dot Dash)
Hunter Bennett (Dot Dash)
Terry Banks (Dot Dash)
Nathan Strejcek (Youth Brigade, Teen Idles)
Dante Ferrando (Grey Matter, Owner-Black Cat)
Peter Moffett (Government issue)
Shawn Brown (Dag Nasty)
Phil Venable (organizer)
Janet Morgan (Channels, Shonben)
Anna Connolly (photographer)
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.
Folks, while John is no longer with us, his wife Mina is. She has been a tireless advocate for him. She did not work the entire time John was hospitalized. Between health care bills, food, shelter and no income; she still needs our help.
We have a number of items left to sell or auction and we will do so to help out Mina for all she has done for John and to take care of her. She deserves all our love and support.
I’ll be putting more items up, but I’d like to draw your attention to one I put up last week. Please bid HERE.
This is a theatrical size poster (18 x 24) from the The Damned documentary “Don’t You Wish We Were Dead.” It has been signed by the current lineup of The Damned: Dave Vanian, Pinch, Monty, Stu and The Captain. All profits go to benefit Mina Devadas to help pay for expenses related to John Stabb of Government Issue/History Repeated
As I’m sure many of you know, John Stabb passed away early Saturday evening. He was with those who loved him and it was very peaceful. All his suffering is over and he’s now part of the infinite. I will miss him more than I can say.
I never played in a legendary hardcore band nor was I ever in a band with John. My memories of John revolve around hanging out at shows or at the townhouse I shared with Lou Perez and Sean Epstein. I can still see him sitting on the ratty green vinyl chair in the living room. Later, I helped book a few shows for the band he fronted, History Repeated.
First and foremost, John was always a good friend and a good man. He was always supportive of my ideas. As a matter of fact, sometimes he was more enthusiastic about them than I was! He had a crazy energy and a light around him that few people do.
It’s sad to use the past tense describing John, but that’s just describing his physical being. It’s up to us to remember his ferocious love of life, his tenacity to be creative in the face of overwhelming odds, and his intense devotion to his friends and loved ones. We should all take a lesson from that.
John Stabb will live on forever.
This 20 years of Dischord Box Set is being auctioned off to raise funds for John Stabb’s cancer treatment.
It’s in VG condition and is autographed by Dischord founders Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson.