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* Late [[1981]] - The Fall, [[Naked Raygun]] (who played an encore (''Libido'') naked)
 
* Late [[1981]] - The Fall, [[Naked Raygun]] (who played an encore (''Libido'') naked)
 
* October 24, [[1981]] - Naked Raygun, [[Silver Abuse]]
 
* October 24, [[1981]] - Naked Raygun, [[Silver Abuse]]
* April 23, [[1982]] - Naked Raygun, [[Trial By Fire]]
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* February 6, [[1982]] - [[The Subverts]], [[Trial By Fire]]
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* April 23, [[1982]] - Naked Raygun, Trial By Fire
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* June 11, 1982  - Die Kreuzen, Trial By Fire
 
* July 23, 1982 - [[Six Feet Under]], [[DV8]], [[Rights of the Accused]] - ROTA first show
 
* July 23, 1982 - [[Six Feet Under]], [[DV8]], [[Rights of the Accused]] - ROTA first show
 
* Summer, 1982 - Naked Raygun, Rights of the Accused - Dave Grohl's first show
 
* Summer, 1982 - Naked Raygun, Rights of the Accused - Dave Grohl's first show
* January 21, [[1983]] - [[Negative Element]], [[Anti-Bodies]]
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* January 13, [[1983]] - Silver Abuse (Record Release Party), [[Toothpaste]]
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* January 19, 1983 - [[B.B. Spin]],
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* January 20, 1983 - [[The Corrosives]], [[The Uninvited]]
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* January 21, 1983 - Sacred Order, [[Negative Element]], [[Anti-Bodies]]
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* January 22, 1983 - The Amadota, The Oil Tasters
 
* January 30, 1983 - Husker Du, Rights of the Accused
 
* January 30, 1983 - Husker Du, Rights of the Accused
 
* July 3, 1983 - J.F.A., [[Anti-Bodies]], [[Evil Eye]], [[Rights of the Accused]], [[Gross National Product]]
 
* July 3, 1983 - J.F.A., [[Anti-Bodies]], [[Evil Eye]], [[Rights of the Accused]], [[Gross National Product]]
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* August 1, 1983 - Government Issue, [[Savage Beliefs]]
 
* September 1, 1983 - FU's, Die Kruzen, Tar Babies
 
* September 1, 1983 - FU's, Die Kruzen, Tar Babies
 
* September 9, 1983 - [[Heavy Manners]]
 
* September 9, 1983 - [[Heavy Manners]]

Latest revision as of 21:50, 12 June 2018

Cubby Bear, across the street from Wrigley Field, was a relatively popular venue for punk shows in the early 80s. Opening in December, 1978. Though it is now known more for drunk Cub fans, in its day Cubby Bear was one of the better places in the city to see your favorite punk band. Steve Albini mentioned that the early 80s Cubby Bear was much smaller than today's version.

Notable Shows

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