When the Rolling Stones released their 2005 “Rarities” compilation, a few people pointed out that the album’s cover photo is missing an important element of the original photograph: former bassist Bill Wyman.
Archive | March, 2010
On June 4, 1967, Jimi Hendrix and the Experience played their last show in England, at London’s Saville Theatre, before heading off to America. The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper album had just been released on June 1 and The Beatles were in attendance. Hendrix, who was already a great fan of the band, bought the album […]
This is our 300th post here on feelnumb.com…to celebrate and for no other particular reason, here is a rundown of other “300” milestones in music…. # 300 – Like a Prayer, Madonna (Rolling Stone Magazine Top 500 Songs) # 300 – Fear of a Black Planet, Public Enemy (Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums) 300 M.P.H. […]
On July 9, 2003 a few months after the release of The White Stripes biggest album “Elephant” Jack White was injured in car crash in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan.
Them Crooked Vultures have joked about how drummer Dave Grohl was supposedly “rushed to doctor” because he’d overdosed on caffeine – by drinking too much coffee. Josh Homme and John Paul Jones, posted a video online explaining Grohl’s coffee-drinking habits.
Despite having Bobbi Brown, Heather Locklear, Pamela Anderson and a ton of other hot chicks on his resume Tommy Lee sure loves to tongue kiss men. Check out these photos of good ole’ Tommy Boy making out with dudes.
Eddie Vedder has made some of the best stage dives early in his career. This dive Vedder took below was one of his best…it came during the song “Porch” with Pearl Jam at the Pinkpop Festival in Landgraaf, Netherlands on June 8, 1992. Here’s some more shots of Vedder in his younger days “defying death” […]
“Ummagumma” is a double album by Pink Floyd, released in 1969 by Harvest and EMI. The album is notable for its artwork, featuring a number of pictures of the band combined together to give a Droste effect. Like several other of the band’s covers, it was designed by Hipgnosis.
After Tom Morello suggested that he was to work on the score for “Iron Man 2″ soundtrack, he also confirmed a rock star easter egg via his Twitter page. twitter.com/tmorello Yes that was Morello in “Iron Man” where he appeared as a terrorist character. Here’s a still of Morello from the movie… Here he is with “Iron Man” director Jon […]
In the fall of 2006, The Eagles Of Death Metal led by Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme had an opening support slot with Guns N’ Roses. During the first concert with Guns N’ Roses, in Cleveland, Ohio on November 24, 2006, the band was not well received by the crowd at all and when Axl Rose came out to perform, he asked the crowd if they enjoyed “The Pigeons of Shit Metal,”