Episode 41 with Golden Bull Owners Mark Lynn, Jason Beebout, and Bill Schneider

Owning a bar during COVID: This week we talk past and present punk with Golden Bull Owners Mark Lynn, Jason Beebout, and Bill Schneider.

Mark Lynn moved to Oakland in 1994. In addition to co-owning The Golden Bull, he also co-owns Bay Functional Fitness, a health, fitness, and wellness company. Bands: Dead Sound (with Bill), Dear County, and Arrica Rose and the …’s

Bill Schneider moved to The Bay Area in 1987 from Santa Monica.
Bands: Sawhorse. Monsula, Pinhead Gunpowder,  Uranium 9v, Influents, Dead Sound, Coverups. Music stores: Black Market, Univibe, Univibe Drums, Broken Guitars. Currently: Touring guitar tech , tour manager and owner of The Golden Bull.

Jason Beebout was born 1970 in San Francisco.
“My first band in 85’ was called Operation Ivy but then we changed it to Isocracy and let some other dudes have the old name. Then we started throwing trash at people at Gilman Street in 86 til our drummer quit and started greenday with some other dudes, but he quit that band too so whatever. Then I started samiam in 88’ and we’ve had at least 50 different members besides me and Sergie “the originals”. Many of them also went on to join much more popular bands, but some died or got jobs.”


One Reply to “Episode 41 with Golden Bull Owners Mark Lynn, Jason Beebout, and Bill Schneider”

  1. Susie Schneider

    Thank you. Loved this. I will look forward to the all Monsula podcast, since Mark Lynn is the only current member, ha!

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