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SONGS OF MISERY AND DESPAIR
friday, october 31, 2008
annual murder ballads ball
at the starry plough
3101 shattuck | berkeley
9:30pm | $
the dead death and dying
Rare convening of She Mob at the 8th annual (is that possible) Murder Ballads Ball featuring usually no less than fifty bands bringing your inner Edward Gorey to life.
SUPER SHEROES SUPER VILLAINSHES
thursday, october 4, 2007
3245 16th street | san francisco
7pm | free
the here i come to save the day
Rare convening of She Mob at the opening of the Super Heroes Super Villains exhibition at Creativity Explored, reinterpreting famous and infamous characters from comic book history.
TEST RUN OF TWO FABULOUS SONGS
december 14, 2006
the stork club
9pm | $5
the so brief so beautiful show
She Mob is returning to the studio to create a 7" vinyl artifact of two of its most she, most mob songs ever. Join us as we play these songs live for the first time ever (in their, um, current state) as an opener for Sue's side project Death By Stork and good friends Fuzzy Cousins and Bleu Canadians.
LIVE FROM THE PIT
april 29, 2006
the we are in your radio
If we are your favorite station all of the time, something has gone terribly wrong.
Hosted by Ophelia Necro
SHOW FOR SAN FRANSHISKANS
november 9, 2005
the rickshaw stop
155 fell street | san francisco
the class reunion
J Neo Marvin
Mike (Bedlam Rovers)
Did Ed once
redeem you? Have you still got an (ex) Cathead on your curb? Lovingly
scrubbing your Spot 1019 out lo these many years? See you there, then.
And for the record: She Mob will remain, per usual, in the back of the
class reunion displaying a terrible, snarky attitude that infects the
other students, escalates into a situation requiring management, and results
in explusion. Don't miss it.
SHOW FOR EAST BAYNIANS
november 12, 2005
the starry plough
3101 shattuck | berkeley
the fully not in
my world show with
and performative projection by
Jaime Lieberman (Mermen, The Ape)
She Mob takes
over the Pluff with a line-up that iconically illustrates its "chick
ween" dialectical dishing: our 9-year old neighbor performing original
songs on her electric guitar, a band that explicitly, and repeatedly,
chooses to pretend to be Canadian, and a light artist who may grace us
with that insane vintage loop of two matrons boxing in some English garden.
She Mob performs
with full line-up of Lisa McElroy on keyboard and vocals, Jeff
Hobbs on strings and reeds, and special guests Val
Esway on vocals and Joe Rut on electric guitar.