Bluejeans Original Cover Art

Bluejeans Original Cover Art

Pamela Des Barres has recently posted a couple of photos on her Facebook site that visitors to the Radar Station might like to see. Apparently sheRead More

Don and Pamela des Barres

Don and Pamela des Barres

This photograph of Don Van Vliet meeting his old friend Pamela des Barres was taken at what must have been one of Don’s last public appearances.Read More

Fast and Bulbous : The Art of Victor Hayden

Fast and Bulbous : The Art of Victor Hayden

May 11 – June 8, 2019 • Fast & Bulbous: The Art of Victor Hayden, curated by Anthony Ausgang Lisa Derrick Fine Arts will be presentingRead More

Victor Hayden – memorial fundraiser

Victor Hayden – memorial fundraiser

Victor Hayden’s longtime friend Pamela Des Barres has set up a GoFundMe fundraiser to help pay for Victor’s funeral and memorial. If you are willing toRead More

Victor Hayden aka The Mascara Snake

Victor Hayden aka The Mascara Snake

Victor was Don’s cousin, and seems to have been an unusual character. He had artistic inclinations but wasn’t a musician. He hung around with Don andRead More

Victor Hayden art exhibition

Victor Hayden art exhibition

Here’s a rare event … Victor Hayden, aka The Mascara Snake, has an exhibition celebrating his work from the past 30 years. There is also anRead More

Victor Hayden art for sale on ebay

Victor Hayden art for sale on ebay

If you don’t get the chance to visit the exhibition – INK – of Victor Hayden (aka The Mascara Snake) artworks at the East Austin ArtRead More

Victor Hayden interview by Kevin Delaney

Victor Hayden interview by Kevin Delaney

Kevin Delaney: When did you start painting? Victor Hayden: I think I started painting around 7. I don’t know why I have that number in myRead More

Victor Hayden RIP

Victor Hayden RIP

“That’s right, The Mascara Snake!” The Radar Station was saddened to hear that Victor Hayden (aka The Mascara Snake) had died on 7th December 2018. HisRead More

What Miss Pamela found in her attic

What Miss Pamela found in her attic

Is this the earliest surviving Captain Beefheart poster? The hand-painted graphic work on poster paper (12″x18″) was made to advertise a Captain Beefheart concert at SanRead More

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