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Bob Mothersbaugh in concert

Bob Mothersbaugh Jr. (born Robert L. Mothersbaugh Jr., August 11, 1952 in Akron, Ohio) or "Bob I" is the lead guitar player and occasional vocalist for Devo, and brother of lead vocalist Mark Mothersbaugh. He is also part of the music production company Mutato Muzika. In early shows he performed as the "Clown", his nickname.

DiscographyEdit

See: Discogs and AllMusic

EquipmentEdit

(partial list)[1]

Gibson L6-S Custom
La Baye 2x4 "Six" (and signature 2x4 re-issue)[2]
Ibanez "Spud" Custom (Potato/Blue Cloud)
G&L SC-2
Chopper "Spudocaster" Custom 'Bob 1' Devo signature[3]
Gibson Les Paul

Further ReadingEdit

Premier Guitar. (2010-9-21). "Devo: Bastardizing the Blues" by Kent Carmical.
The Sydney Morning Herald. (2016-3-19). Business Day section. "Bob Mothersbaugh underscores variety of work available for musicians" by Linda Sim.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Premier Guitar (2012-10-23). "Rig Rundown - Devo" By Jason Shadrick.
  2. Internet Archive. Club Devo: News (2015-1-9). "Bob1 Signature La Baye 2x4 Guitar Reissue!" Written by Michael/Devo-Obsesso.
  3. ChopperGuitars.com "oh, no! it's the Devo SPUDOCASTER guitar by Chopper".

External LinksEdit

Bob Mothersbaugh Artist - Discography -- Discogs
Bob Mothersbaugh Person - Overview -- MusicBrainz
Bob Mothersbaugh Credits -- AllMusic
Robert Mothersbaugh Filmography -- IMDb
Bob Mothersbaugh -- Wikipedia


DEVO
Mark Mothersbaugh | Gerry Casale | Bob Mothersbaugh
Bob Lewis | Bob Casale | Jim Mothersbaugh | Alan Myers
David Kendrick | Josh Freese & Jeff Friedl | Josh Hager
Record Labels / Publishers
Booji Boy Records | Warner Brothers | Enigma | Devo, Inc. 
Stiff | Virgin | Rykodisk | Infinite Zero | Restless | Discovery | Rhino 
MVD Audio | The Orchard | Superior Viaduct | Futurismo
Production
Brian Eno | Ken Scott | Robert Margouleff | Roy Thomas Baker | DEVO 
The Teddybears | Greg Kurstin | Santi White | John King | John Hill | Mark Nishita 
Official Studio Albums
Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (1978) | Duty Now For The Future (1979) | Freedom of Choice (1980) | New Traditionalists (1981) | oh, no! it's DEVO (1982) | Shout (1984) | Total DEVO (1988) | SmoothNoodleMaps (1990) | Something for Everybody   (2010)
Other Albums
Be Stiff EP (1977) | E-Z Listening Disc (1987) | Now It Can Be Told: DEVO at the Palace (1989) | Hardcore DEVO Vol. 1 74-77 (1990) | Hardcore DEVO Vol. 2 1974-1977 (1991) | DEVO Live: The Mongoloid Years (1992) | DEV-O Live (1999) | Recombo DNA (2000) | Live In Central Park (2004) | DEVO Live 1980 (2005) | New Traditionalists: Live 1981 Seattle (2012) | Something ELSE for Everybody  (2013) | Miracle Witness Hour  (2014) | Live at Max's Kansas City - November 15, 1977  (2014) | Butch Devo and the Sundance Gig  (2014) | Hardcore DEVO Live!  (2015)
Filmography
The Men Who Make The Music (1981) | Human Highway (1982) | We're All DEVO (1984) | The Complete Truth About De-Evolution (1993) | DEVO Live (2004) | DEVO Live In The Land Of The Rising Sun (2004) | DEVO Live 1980 (2005) | Hardcore DEVO Live!  (2015)
Related Articles
History | Bootlegs | Booji Boy | Devolution | Influence | The Wipeouters | Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers | Devo 2.0 | Akron, Ohio | Music Videos | Versions | Outfits

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