These are the last known photos of Kurt Cobain alive. They were taken at Seattle Sea-Tac Airport on March 12, 1994 after Cobain had returned to the United States from Rome, Italy following his March 4th overdose and eventual recovery.
Almost all of the Pink Floyd album covers were created by Storm Thorgerson, a founder member of graphic art group Hipgnosis until Roger Waters had a falling out with him before “The Wall” album. When their 12th studio album “The Final Cut” was released on March 21, 1983, Waters created the not so impressive album cover himself.
This photo is the last photo of John Lennon and George Harrison together. It was taken at the Troubador nightclub in Los Angeles, California in November of 1974.
The theme song for the 1991 blockbuster film Terminator 2: Judgement Day was “You Could Be Mine” by Guns N’ Roses. GN’R & T2 did a great job of cross promoting the single with the movie
Alice in Chains released their second album “Dirt” on September 29, 1992. The cover featured an eerie image of a girl half buried in the desert dirt by photographer Rocky Schneck. Although she looks exactly like Demri Parrott, the actual model used for the album cover is model/actress Mariah O’Brien.
Despite their difference, Page & Plant clearly love each other very much. Check out these photos of Plant wearing the solo tour shirt of his former guitarist live in 1988.
I’ve seen Mickey Mouse play just about every instrument. Piano, Flute, Drums, Bass, & Guitar. It;s not wonder that John Lennon, Brian WIlson, Joe Walsh, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, Dave Grohl, Michael Jackson, Psy all have rocked a Mickey Mouse Shirt.
After watching Damon Albarn perform a 2014 concert on Guitar Center Sessions I noticed a star taped to the front of his piano.
Stephanie Lynn Nicks better known as Stevie Nicks is one of the most successful and best known American female singer, songwriters in Rock N’ Roll history. Despite being quite stunning in her younger days, Stevie always downplayed her great looks and relied on her talent as a solo artist and with Fleetwood Mac. (Something that never happens these days).
The artist David Juniper has even been quoted as saying that one of the “famous people” he used on the album cover was NASA astronaut and the first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong.