Check out this video of Michael Jackson dancing to Ignition (Remix) by R. Kelly in the backseat of a car on a Miami vacation with Brett Ratner.
Archive | August, 2009
Jimi Hendrix wrote this letter to Reprise Records describing what he wanted for the cover art of The Jimi Hendrix Experience album “Electric Ladyland” but he was mostly ignored.
There aren’t any new groups on this blog, let alone up and coming ones but check these guys out. I’ve met plenty of dudes in up and coming bands and can probably count the ones I actually liked on one finger. On that note, check out some video clips of Carney. Carney doing John Lennon’s […]
On March 21, 1967, a short way into the The Beatles “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” session for the Paul McCartney song “Getting Better”, John Lennon announced he was feeling ill and was taken onto the roof of Abbey Road Studios for some fresh air by George Martin. Unbeknownst to Martin, Lennon was actually experiencing and acid trip.
In this screen grab of Family Guy, Peter Griffin is in a record store where he thinks the guy behind the counter is Jesus Christ. The record store clearly displays posters for some cool really bands…
Here’s the story on the rare Led Zeppelin “Stairway To Heaven” 7 inch promo single. “Stairway To Heaven” was released on Led Zeppelin IV in November 1971. The band’s recording label, Atlantic Records wanted to issue this track as a single, but the manager Peter Grant refused requests to do so in both 1972 and […]
The Beatles album covers of both 1962–1966 (Red) and 1967–1970 (Blue) showed The Beatles looking down from a stairwell at EMI’s Manchester Square headquarters in London. They used the same pose, camera angle, setting and photographer (Angus McBean).
After the death of Kurt Cobain, Nirvana was obviously finished. Dave Grohl wondered if his future might be in drumming for other bands. In November 1994, Grohl played Saturday Night Live with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers filling in their recently fired drummer Stan Lynch.
This photo of a 34 year-old John Lennon donning a New York City sleeveless shirt on a rooftop in New York has become one of his most iconic photos.