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Corbett Redford, director of the new documentary "Turn it Around: The Story of East Bay Punk" and one half of the musical duo, Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children MacNuggits stops by 3 Gigs and shares how the Bay Area was once filled with Marijuana and Funk metal, and how he either played his the first show at a sandwich shop or between sets with Papa Roach, while torturing a clown. He shares what it was like playing wherever you could to reach people, the crazy genre hybrid bands of the 90s, the unique qualities of the San Francisco Bay Area Punk Scene with it’s mixing of cultures and multiple cities…opening up for Negativeland and having to convince them Bobby Joe Ebola wasn’t a real band. What it feels like to nail the moment, “how much art can you take?” putting on Geekfests for years, the creation of “irratainment” and having issues trying to play good shows in Eugene, Oregon....and that frankly stated…hippies aren’t supposed to be aggressive. Official website: Host website: ** This episode was brought to you by Fresh Clean Tees! It's like a shaving club, but they bring you awesome, affordable, clean t-shirts! Check out Fresh Clean Tees at and get 20% off your first order with the code "GIG" **

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