Jeffery Kennedy

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Jeffery Kennedy released his first zine, [[Boysville U.S.A.]] in the Spring of 1988 from Olympia, Washington, U.S.A. The zine ran till the end of the decade and four issues were released. While in Olympia, Jeffery recorded the 7" single "Milquetoast Brigade" with Calvin Johnson and [[Tobi Vail]]'s band The Go Team, released on K Records, appeared with the band Flowers For Funerals and, as Skull and Crossbones, recorded a song with [[Lois]] for the Australian label,Toytown, for their  compilation ''Empire State''.
Jeffery Kennedy released his first zine, [[Boysville U.S.A.]] in the Spring of 1988 from Olympia, Washington, U.S.A. The zine ran till the end of the decade and four issues were released. While in Olympia, Jeffery recorded the 7" single "Milquetoast Brigade" with Calvin Johnson and [[Tobi Vail]]'s band The Go Team, released on K Records, appeared with the band Flowers For Funerals and, as Skull and Crossbones, recorded a song with [[Lois]] for the Australian label,Toytown, for their  compilation ''Empire State''.
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He then moved to San Francisco, where he released a cassette EP called ''Jeffery K'' and a mini-zine called [[Milquetoast]], which expanded on the ideas that first appeared on the ''Milquetoast Brigade'' single. He released a few chapbooks with the publisher Pas De Chance, and co-published, with Johhny Ray Huston, the pop culture zine [[Campfire]], which included contributions form zine editors such as [[Gary Fembot]] and [[Johnny Noxzema]]. He also continued to contribute to various zines and collaborated on comics with [[Robert Kirby]] for the comic zine [[Boy Trouble]].  
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He then moved to San Francisco, where he released a cassette EP called ''Jeffery K'' and a mini-zine called [[Milquetoast]], which expanded on the ideas that first appeared on the ''Milquetoast Brigade'' single. He released a few chapbooks with the publisher Pas De Chance, and co-published, with [[Johnny Ray Huston]], the pop culture zine [[Campfire]], which included contributions form zine editors such as [[Gary Fembot]] and [[Johnny Noxzema]]. He also continued to contribute to various zines and collaborated on comics with [[Robert Kirby]] for the comic zine [[Boy Trouble]].  
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Jeffery Kennedy is a musician, writer and zine editor.

Jeffery Kennedy released his first zine, Boysville U.S.A. in the Spring of 1988 from Olympia, Washington, U.S.A. The zine ran till the end of the decade and four issues were released. While in Olympia, Jeffery recorded the 7" single "Milquetoast Brigade" with Calvin Johnson and Tobi Vail's band The Go Team, released on K Records, appeared with the band Flowers For Funerals and, as Skull and Crossbones, recorded a song with Lois for the Australian label,Toytown, for their compilation Empire State.

He then moved to San Francisco, where he released a cassette EP called Jeffery K and a mini-zine called Milquetoast, which expanded on the ideas that first appeared on the Milquetoast Brigade single. He released a few chapbooks with the publisher Pas De Chance, and co-published, with Johnny Ray Huston, the pop culture zine Campfire, which included contributions form zine editors such as Gary Fembot and Johnny Noxzema. He also continued to contribute to various zines and collaborated on comics with Robert Kirby for the comic zine Boy Trouble.

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