Yesterday afternoon the Ohio Historical Center had several very special visitors.
The four original members of the band DEVO came to the Ohio Historical Center after a sound check at the State Fair to see the exhibit Q: Are We Not Men A: We Are Devo. The exhibit features several items from the band’s history including an iconic energy dome helmet, yellow jump suit, and an anti-evolutionary pamphlet “Jocko Homo Heavenbound” that was the inspiration for the band’s de-evolutionary theory.
The exhibit will be up at the Ohio Historical Center through August 28, and can be viewed on the third floor lobby on Thursdays from 10 am to 7 pm or Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm. For more information about the band and their tour schedule, visit ClubDevo.com
Mark Mothersbaugh at the Ohio Historical Center ?Gerald Casale signing a few of Devo’s records for the DEVO collection at the Ohio Historical Society Band members being greeted by OHS staff as they enter the Ohio Historical Center ?Bob Casale and Bob Mothersbaugh pausing to look at the copy of “Jocko Homo Heavenbound” on exhibit at the Center