Clown AKA "The Clown", was a character performed by Robert "Bob 1" Mothersbaugh
- In the "hardcore" era Devo wore blue/grey short-sleeved worksuits. Booji wore his latex rubber mask and the rest wore their translucent plastic face masks. This outfit is can be seen in the film In The Beginning Was The End: The Truth About De-Evolution and in the concert documentary Hardcore DEVO Live!.
- Clown appeared with three other DEVO personas in at least three confirmed shows in 1975.
- 1975-04-04 "Boogie Boy, China Man, Jungle Jim, & The Clown" perform twice, before consecutive showings of the film "Pink Flamingos" directed by John Waters 
- 1975-09-31 "Booji Boy, The Clown, Jungle Jim and The Chinaman"  wore the blue worksuits again at the WHK Auditorium (WMMS-FM Halloween Party), Cleveland, OH 
- ↑ Daily Kent Stater 4 April 1975. Page 9 Advertisements. "DEVO (The De-evolution Band) 'How LOW can you go!" featuring Boogie Boy, China Man, Jungle Jim, & The Clown" KSU library online archive.
- ↑ Punk Diary, 1970-1979: The Ultimate Complete Day-By-Day Reference Guide to Punk by George Gimarc (1994). "They come out in their costumes as Booji Boy, The Clown, Jungle Jim and The Chinaman. In the liner notes to the 1992 Ryko CD release 'The Mongoloid Years,' Mark remembers, 'using homemade electronic drums, and a mini-moog, a clavinet, a customized lobotomized Hagstrom guitar, and bass, we proceed to torture stoned urban hippies with 'performance art' way before that label even existed..."
- ↑ Devo Live Guide 1973 to 1977
- ↑ YouTube. "DEVO - The Men Who Make The Music (Pre-WB Version)" (1977). uploaded by RevAndroid. "Well, as early as six years ago I was smashing T.V.'s, throwing furniture out the windows - parties, uh, you know - crazy stuff, you would just get in trouble. Since joining Devo I found discipline. With discipline you can get away with as much, if not more." - Robert "Bob 1" Mothersbaugh
- ↑ syffal.com. (2011-3-23). "Our Interview with Gerald Casale of DEVO: The Thinking Man's KISS" by Tim Baker. "Bob #1, that's Bob Mothersbaugh, the lead guitarist who used to be known as Clown in high school, but not a funny clown, a clown that they are all afraid of. They used to say, 'Jesus we are having a party... Don't. Tell. Clown '." - Gerald V. Casale.