Eddie Vedder must have received a pack of stickers from Obey that he used on his guitars. We did a previous post about Eddie Vedder’s Vintage Martin Acoustic With Sticker. It ended up being an Obey sticker.
Archive | February, 2010
The Days Inn Lincoln Park is nicknamed the “Rock & Roll Days Inn” for its musician clientele, It is also the place where Stefanie Hrejsa, general manager of the hotel says Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love had sex for the first time
In a 2009 interview, Axl Rose talked about the famous Guns N’ Roses’ “Use Your Illusions” group photo, in which the band is photographed in front of a huge newspaper clipping that ironically says” Dead!”
In August 2002, The Strokes played at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on a bill with The White Stripes. Jack White joined the The Strokes on stage to perform the guitar solo on “New York City Cops.”
On January 17th, Pearl Jam performed at the Moore Theater in Seattle. The show was videotaped by Director Josh Taft and the footage was used for the ‘Even Flow‘ video. The video shows Eddie Vedder climbing the theatre, and then jumping down between fans at the concert. At one point during the show, Vedder had […]
Flea’s super rare vintage “Shell Pink” ’61 Fender Jazz Bass” sports a sticker of D. Boon, former lead singer of the Minutemen. Flea used this bass to record the Red Hot Chili Peppers album “Stadium Arcadium” and even toured with it for a short while. The bass is extremely valuable because it is one of very few original “Shell Pink” jazz bases ever produced by Fender.
John Frusciante must love Radiohead. Here’s a couple Radiohead songs ala Frusciante…
“You And Whose Army?” & “Lucky”
Neil Young is such a model train enthusiast that he actually invented a Trainmaster Command Control and was part owner of Lionel, LLC, the model train company and model railroad accessories. In 2008 Lionel emerged from bankruptcy and his shares of the company were wiped out but he is still a consultant for the company.
Cage the Elephant is an American rock band from Bowling Green, Kentucky. Their single “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” reached number 32 on the UK Singles Chart. The band signed with EMI Records after showcasing at the 2007 South by Southwest music festival, and then moved to East London, England. They released their classic […]
In 1994 during Metallica’s Summer Shit tour, Alice in Chains was to open for Metallica but they backed out of the tour because Layne Staley was in no shape to tour due to his drug problems. So, James Hetfield thought it would be cool to make fun of Layne while the band played “Man In The Box”on a few occasions during the tour.