You know Jane is an ordained minister right?? Visit Jane’s new wedding website and let’s start planning your wedding!!!
Jane will be at Nunway III on Dec 11th.
More info HERE!
Nunway is a charity fashion show where Sisters are paired with designers to develop a look fashioned from recycled materials based on the theme 2012.
Nunway 3 also celebrity panel of commentators featuring Jane Wiedlin aka â€œReverend Sister Go Goâ€, drag impressario Mutha Chucka, and more, a holiday photo booth, naughty raffles.
Check it out HERE.
JANE WIEDLIN, The Go-Go’s singer-guitarist and longtime animal rights activist will be on “Talking Animals” Nov 9th –she’s worked on PETA projects of one kind or another for more than 20 years.
Now living in San Francisco, Jane lends her support to multiple animal rescues, among them Muttville, a San Francisco-based organization dedicated to improving the lives of senior dogs–namely, finding homes for those in shelters, particularly the ones facing euthanasia. She also juggles a number of other projects and pursuits, including acting (she stars in the forthcoming film, “Doggie Boogie,” for which she also wrote the title song), works on a comic book series she co-created, “Lady Robotika,” and is an ordained minister who officiates at weddings.
Jane Wiedlin will speak with us live on “Talking Animals” Nov. 9 at 11am ET, and listeners are invited to participate in the conversation by calling (813-239-9663) or e-mailing (DJ@wmnf.org).
Jane singing 13 Men at Dean Mora Orchestra’s Halloween party – 2011.
Jane has some personal appearances coming up to promote The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Comic she did with Tom Hodges and Bill Morrison.
– Friday the 28th – Brave New World, Valencia – 7-10 pm
– Saturday the 29th – Long Beach Comic-Con – 1- 3 pm (with a panel at 11am)
– Sunday the 30th – Metro Entertainment, Santa Barbara – 11 am – 2 pm
Jane will be at the Long Beach Comic and Horror Con on Oct 29th at the Simpsonâ€™s Tree House of Horror Comic Panel where comic creators Jane Wiedlin, Tom Hodges and Simpsons veteran Bill Morrison will discuss the latest Tree House of Horror Comic Book and what goes into making the long running cartoonsâ€™ Halloween special.
More info HERE.
Saturday the 29th – Golden Apple Booth, Long Beach Comic-Con – 1- 3 pm (with a panel at 11am)
This Coming November 12th, the spry 102 year old Roxie Theater, San Franciscoâ€™s oldestÂ continually operating theater, will open its doors to our furry four-legged friends!Â Join the Roxie as they screen a variety of dog films, host a dog show competition, as well as an online movie short competition. The proceeds from ticket sales are going to help one of their favorite nonprofit charities, Muttville,Â an organization dedicated to improving the lives of senior dogs.Â Â The Roxie understands what it is like to be the oldest dog in the business and they want to show their support to other senior dogs!
3:00 â€“ Dog Show Competition: Celebrity judgesÂ Jane Wiedlin (from the GoGoâ€™s!!!), Jon ProvostÂ (â€œTimmyâ€ from Lassie) and San Francisco favorite, Vanessa Getty, will pick the top doggie from the parade for the â€œRoxie Favoriteâ€ title! The winner getâ€™s a photo session from a top dog photographer and their picture put up in the Roxie lobby for an entire year! Other various prizes and categories T.B.A.
Vacation was used in the show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Video is not for the faint of heart. 🙂
An interview with Anthony Pedone and Jane Wiedlin where they discuss the Camp Casserole documentary at the 19th Raindance Film Festival.
New interview with Jane and Leicester Square TV.
Dear Loved Ones,
You probably know I have been part of the charitable fundraising event Bowling for Boobies for many years now.
This event was started by my dear, late friend Edith Speed who herself battled breast cancer.Â Bowling for Boobies raises money to help women who are currently battling breast cancer, to pay their bills.Â Even with insurance, the cost of getting ill in this country is devastating, and this tiny group is a lifesaver to many women each year.
I am so proud to be part of a nonprofit organization that uses virtually all the money we raise to help actual women with breast cancer! It would mean a lot to me if you donated. You can do so HERE.
I am hoping you will help our event this year!
Lots of love,
Well dear followers, I believe it’s time for me to catch you up on my goings-on.
The Go-Go’s tour was really excellent for me. Â It was shocking/thrilling seeing how much people seemed to enjoy our shows. Â Doing the official Meet & Greets was a new thing, very intense. Â Almost like being your own warm-up act, but fun and heartwarming too. Â Some people cried when they met us, which is just soâ€¦crazy flattering! Â Being “ahemmm” slightly older than I was on past tours, my body really felt the wear and tear of it all, but playing for Go-Go’s fans is SUCH A RUSH, I’d get 80 minutes of a super-high, followed by the crash of reality: aches and pains and exhaustion. Â I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Â I’m also so proud of my Gogo sisters; everybody kicked butt!
During the middle of our tour – we stopped in LA to received a star Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is such an incredible honor to be included in the Walk of Fame. Our star is located on the very corner where the Go-Goâ€™s were born. At the time, the basement of the building was a punk-rock club called The Masque. We rehearsed and performed our very first concert in the basement of the theater where our star is located. If you’d like to visit our star all the info you need to know about the location is available HERE.
So, we finished our final show in KV’s hometown of Austin, and the following morning, while waiting to get on the plane home, I found out my nephew Danny had just committed suicide. Â It was a shocking visceral moment. Â Feeling like a zombie, I made the journey to SFO, then immediately booked myself to Portland, Oregon via Seattle. Â Danny had been living in McMinnville, a small town about 90 minutes south of Portland.
Danny was my sister Meg’s son. Â Meg and I are very close; we live together, and because she is five years older than me, she had a profound influence upon me growing up. Â Danny was 25, a drummer, a likable guy, and struggled most of his life with depression, something that plagues a lot of people in my family, including me. Â My sister is heartbroken, and I can’t help but keep wishing that he could have hung onto life a bit longer, as my struggles with the disease have been helped a lot these past 16 years by medication and education. Â Maybe things would have gotten better for him in the future. Â I am so sad about this and wouldn’t wish it on any family.
Meg, her daughter Gena (who lives very close to us in San Francisco) and I leaned on each other a lot those days in Oregon. Â It was creepy going to the funeral parlor, and weird organizing the “wake” we threw. Â Like, wait, we’re having a party over this?? When we came back to California we had a Wiedlin family gathering with all my brothers, sister, nieces, nephews and spouses. Â That was nice. Â It sucks that it seems to take a drastic event to get everyone together, but I still enjoyed the day. One of the things we did to honor Danny was set up a donation site in his name to MusiCares, an non-profit organization that helps struggling musicians in times of need. Â If this is something you’d like to be part of, you can donate HERE.
Back at home in San Francisco I crawled into my bed for several days, emerging only to play guitar and sing (as a guest performer) on a young artist named Dan Sartain‘s upcoming record. Â It was exciting to feel like a studio musician!
The next morning it was back to the airport for me, to travel to Chicago; I had a wedding to perform! Â Rosemary & Jan, two wonderful people in love, and suddenly able to be “civilly united” in the state of Illinois, asked me to be their officiant. Â This was such a loving lovely event to be part of; it makes me crazy that there are people who would deny others the right to be legally joined! Â Love is LOVE! If you’re interested in having me perform your wedding there is more info HERE. The ick part of my trip is that the dang hotel used that room freshening chemical that has gotten me so sick in the past. So I felt like death when I flew home, and ended up in bed AGAIN for days.Â 🙁
This week the Simpsons comic book story I wrote (with art by my friend Tom Hodges) was released. What a blast that was to create! Â Look for “THE SIMPSONS TREEHOUSE OF HORROR #17” at comic book stores, if you are so inclined! More info HERE.
In couple days I fly to London for several big events, well big for me anyway! Â I’m going to be acting in director Steve Balderson’s latest project: “CULTURE SHOCK” which is filming there right now. Â Then I’m going to the London premiere of Steve’s last movie “THE CASSEROLE CLUB” which I am in. Â Then the following night is the premiere of “CAMP CASSEROLE”, the documentary made by Anthony Pedone about the making of The Casserole Club! Â This all takes place at London’s Raindance Film Festival.
THEN, on Oct. 1 and 2 I will be appearing at Entertainment Media show signing photos and meeting & greeting. I haven’t been to England in years and I’m pretty excited!
When I get home I gear up for my yearly charity event BOWLING FOR BOOBIES.Â This event is always a blast, and we always raise lots of money to help real women currently fighting breast cancer to pay their bills. Â It would mean a lot to me if you donated. The Busted Foundation is a tiny organization, and virtually all the money we raise goes to the women in need. You can donate under my name HERE.
I will close with the words of Winston Churchill: “Never never never never give up!