ARTS Pick: Green Jelly

West Coast punk blasters Green Jellÿ began as Green Jello in the early 1980s, playing electrifying performances with rowdy crowds that eventually resulted in the band getting banned from some venues, and a Kraft Foods lawsuit that forced the name change. Imprinting itself on Hollywood’s underground scene, Green Jellÿ grew its reputation with the addition of characters such
as Sh*t Man, Cow God and Satan’s Ham before breaking up in 1995, then reuniting in 2008.

Thursday, September 1. $10-12, 8pm. The Ante Room, 219 Water St. 284-8561.

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