On Thursday, October 20, 1977, just three days after the release of Street Survivors and five shows into their most successful headlining tour Lynyrd Skynyrd boarded their chartered Convair 240 airplane following a performance at the Greenville Memorial Auditorium in Greenville, South Carolina.
Archive | December, 2009
Found on youtube…Liam Gallagher vocal tracks only for the Oasis song “Hello” off of (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?. The vocal sound raw and amazing and the effects and delays are awesome!!!
On March 2, 1994 Kurt Cobain checked into Suite 541 of Rome’s Excelsior Hotel for a much needed rest in the midst of Nirvana’s world tour. Kurt lost his voice on the third song that night, went to a throat specialist who suggested he take four weeks off to rest his voice thus canceling the rest of Nirvana’s European Tour.
Oasis lifted a few lines from the theme to a 1970s children’s program “You and Me” for their song “She’s Electric”.
Sid Vicious (born John Simon Ritchie) bassist of The Sex Pistols died under some strange circumstances here at this Greenwich Village apartment on February 2, 1979.
On July 2, 1991, Guns N’ Roses played at the Riverport Amphitheater in Maryland Heights, Missouri, just outside of St. Louis and during a performance of “Rocket Queen”, Axl Rose jumped into the audience and tackled a fan who was filming the show with a camera.
“No Code” is the fourth studio album by Pearl Jam, released on August 27, 1996. The album package consists of 144 polaroid photos that unfold into a 2×2 square, and the pictures, when viewed from afar, blend to form the No Code triangle/eyeball logo that is the theme throughout the album. One of the photos […]
On the cover of The Beatles “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album Paul McCartney is wearing an patch on the left arm of his fictional blue uniform. The patch is more easily seen below in the gatefold picture of the album.
On August 27, 1967 Brian Epstein, The Beatles manager was found dead in bed on the second floor of his home at 24 Chapel Street Belgravia, London.
This is a photo of the famous musician named David Jones. The only problem was that there was already a musician going by the name of Davy Jones, a member of already famous The Monkees.