Monday, June 30, 2008
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Thanks to everyone who came down to Geffen/MOCA on Saturday night! It was a great show that kicked off with 2 hours of great classics from back-in-the-day provided by Henry Rollins. It was cool to hear such clean versions of the music.
The crowd of 1200 was totally enthusiastic about the cavalcade of videos from Target that flowed for the next 2 hours. We'd love to hear from you which your favorites were. Well, we have an idea, but tell us anyway!
Don't know if anyone knew the shirts were for sale in the store. You can still pick one up.
Next show is at the Pacific Film Archive at the Berkeley Art Museum in Berkeley on Thursday, June 19. Be there!
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Get to Geffen/MOCA in Japantown on Sat. June 7th for the first full length Target Video show in over 25 years! Henry Rollins is putting together some classic old school music that will play from 7-9. Video starts around 9pm. $10, or free for MOCA members. Be there!
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Target Video at Geffen MOCA June 7, 2008 7-11pm. Henry Rollins is putting together some great music from his collection for your listening pleasure before the show (7-9). $10 or free to MOCA members.
Monday, May 5, 2008
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Well, it was Jackie & Jill's birthdays...Joe was in town...friends were in LA for the Getty show party...so hell, "Let's have a little Target Party!" While it could never match the huge parties of the past, it was really great and we all had a blast. Flipper was in town for the Getty show and their gigs at the House of Blues. Penelope Houston decided to stay over for the party too. We were so glad she did! Others that came: Cliff Roman, Edward Stapleton, Michael Ullencott, Hector Pinolosa, Paul Roessler, Chip & Tony Kinman, Jimmy Wilsey, Brendan Mullen, Michael Ostendorf, Alan Korn, Bill Anderson and many folks who's names are swimming still in my brain....
Monday, March 17, 2008
March 13, 2008: The Getty opening for the "California Video" show was a total blast. So many old friends turned up for the festivities. Not everyone made the photo...missing in action was Bruce Loose who was downstairs doing God knows what. The show is brilliant. It really is quite a feat of art and electronics. Get yourselves over/up to the Getty Center and check it out. The show runs through June 8.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Target will be showing a full program at the Geffen/MOCA in Japantown on June 7, 2008. No reservations necessary. It will be a fun night of video outside (projected on a big wall) and a party atmosphere. Be there!
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
The poster shows the lineup for the Target Video (aka TargetVideo77) exhibit at the Getty show. The lineup includes the Cramps at Napa State Hospital, the Mutants a the School for the Deaf and Crime at San Quentin Prison. It going to be a great exhibit!
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
The Joe Rees/TargetVideo77 station at the Getty will bring Target Video's historic punk rock footage to Los Angeles. The video station will run footage of the Cramps at Napa, the Mutants at the School for the Deaf, Crime at San Quentin prison, Avengers, Dils, Dead Kennedys, Circle Jerks, Weirdos, Black Flag, Flipper, Diamanda Galas, X and Survival Research Labs (S.R.L/Mark Pauline) and more. Vintage show posters will be part of the station.
TargetVideo77 material appears in Los Angeles at the Getty Museum in "California Video." The exhibit opens March 15, 2008.
Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Wednesday, January 2, 2008
So you get a club show and a stadium show all on one DVD. How great is that, OK?