Currently alive, at 61 years of age.
US punk rock musician and singer
1958 – Born on the 17th of June in Boulder, Colorado, USA to Stanley Boucher, a psychiatric social worker and poet, and Virginia Boucher.
1977 – He began his career in music in January as a roadie for the punk rock band The Ravers.
Attended in the University of California, Santa Cruz.
1978 – Together with guitarist East Bay Ray they formed the Dead Kennedys.
1979-1986 – Became the lead singer of the Dead Kennedys.
– Dead Kennedys released their first single, "California Über Alles".
1980 – The Dead Kennedys performed at the Bay Area Music Awards.
1981 – Biafra married Therese Soder, aka Ninotchka, the lead singer of San Francisco-area punk. (Divorced 1986)
1983 – Performed in Rock Against Reagan festival.
1986 – Biafra became a spoken word artist at University of California, Los Angeles.
– He put in trial at Los Angeles for distributing "harmful matter" in the Dead Kennedys album Frankenchrist.
1987 – He was the independent candidate for San Francisco mayor and bagged placed 4th in popular vote.
1988 – With Alain Jourgensen of the band Ministry formed the band Lard.
1989 – Biafra did a song for the film’s soundtrack with D.O.A.
1990 – Worked with Nomeansno on the soundtrack album The Sky is Falling and I Want My Mommy.
1998 – Former members of the Dead Kennedys sued Biafra for not paying them.
1999 – Biafra and other members of the anti-globalization movement protested the WTO Meeting in Seattle.
2001 – Biafra took part in a protest against the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas conference in Quebec.
2000 – New York State Green Party drafted Biafra as a candidate for the Green Party presidential nomination.
– He gave the keynote speech at the H.O.P.E. 2000 ("H2K") hacker conference.
2005 – Appeared on Episode 285 of This American Life, themed "Know Your Enemy".
– Biafra performed with the band The Melvins.
2006 – He began co-hosting The Alternative Tentacles Batcast
– Released the album "In The Grip Of Official Treason" in October.