- Jillian Iva Meador - vocals
- Bex (Rebecca Kupersmith) - keyboards
- Lay Lay (Kelly Harris) - drums
- Von Iva - enhanced EP Cochon Records (2004)
- Our Own Island - enhanced LP Ruby Tower Records (2007)
- Girls on Film - enhanced EP Von Iva Music (2008)
- "Not Hot To Trot" (+ Invisibles Remix) (The Rebel Sounds of) Frisco Disco #1: Vanishing / Von Iva split EP PrinceHouse Records (2004)
- "Soulshaker" on Greetings from Norcal - The Northern California Compilation Agent Records (2006)
- "Same Sad Song" on Nostalgia Del Buio Cochon Records (2007)
The band was part of the "Hell on Heels Tour" and appeared live at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, California March 11, 2009.
The band appeared in the film Yes Man as Munchausen by Proxy, the band backing the character played by actress Zooey Deschanel; they recorded four songs for the film's soundtrack. The songs were: Uh-Huh, Yes Man, Sweet Ballad, and Keystar. The band got the part of the fictional ensemble in the film after the movie's music supervisor, Jonathan Karp, saw the cover of their CD in Amoeba Music in Hollywood.
While they haven't officially broken up, Kelly Harris (drums) and Becky Kupersmith (keyboard) have started a new band called People at Parties.
- Believe in Von Iva SFist, Nov 17, 2004.
- Episode 84: Von Iva The Bay Bridged podcast,October 2, 2007. (mp3)
- Curl Girls appearance Logo Channel, Jun 2007. (Flash)
- PUNKCAST#1193 Live @ Cake Shop NYC on Aug 25, 2007. (RealPlayer, mp4)
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