Every once in a while we come up on a picture that just stands out for some reason. Enjoy… Eddie Vedder enjoying a Corona (or a Heineken) Kurt Cobain grinning for a fan photo.
Archive | January, 2010
On July 3, 1971, Jim Morrison died in the bathtub of this rented apartment on 17 Rue Beautreillis Paris, France 75004.
At the right edge of the cover on The Beatles, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album cover there is a Shirley Temple doll wearing a stripped sweater with letters on it. Upon a closer look, Temple’s sweater says “Welcome The Rolling Stones” an homage to The Beatles fellow British band and friends The Rolling Stones.
This kiss between Liam Gallagher and Bono happened on March 23, 1996 at an Oasis “Be Here Now Tour” stop at Dublin’s Point Depot Theater in Ireland.
In December 2008, Chris Cornell reported via his official website that he had finally won back his collection of 15 guitars after a four-year court battle with his ex-wife. Cornell divorced Susan Silver, who managed his former band Soundgarden in 2004 but the pair remained locked in a bitter dispute over his musical instruments, which was finally resolved through the courts this year.
The Smashing Pumpkins song “Spaceboy” off the Siamese Dreams album was written by Billy Corgan about his half-brother Jesse Corgan (on-stage in the red shirt). Jesse was born with mild cerebral palsy that caused him to walk on his toes, and Tourette’s syndrome (a neurological disorder that can cause nonsensical or uncontrolled speech). He also had heart problems and a chromosomal disorder that caused him to be slower than the other children.
Before the release of their last few albums, Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters usually play a show in a small bar called Paladino’s in Reseda, California. This photos from this show were taken on April 28, 2005 ahead of the release of teh album “In Your Honor” which was released on June 14, 2005. […]
Paul McCartney used an ambigram of his name for his “Chaos And Creation In The Backyard” album. Basically, if you flip the album sleeve upside down his name still spells Paul McCartney.
When George Harrison passed away on November 29, 2001 the death certificate claimed the former member of The Beatles died at 1971 Coldwater Canyon Road in Beverly Hills. L.A. District Attorney’s office determined that the death actually occurred at 9536 Heather Road, Beverly Hills, California, a house owned by his former Beatle bandmate Paul McCartney.
During Pearl Jam’s of “Porch” for the Austin City Limits show on October 3, 2009, Eddie Vedder plays this blue Duesenberg Mike Campbell (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers) Signature TV Guitar.