As an avid Manchester City Football Club supporter, Noel Gallagher was asked by Coleen Rooney, wife of Manchester United star footballer Wayne Rooney to sign a guitar for her husbands 22nd birthday. As Noel explains n the video below, he and Oasis guitarist Gem Archer took pride in repainting the £2,000 tiger flame, cherry sunburst Gibson Les Paul Classic. They […]
Archive | July, 2010
I am always shocked that most people do not know that the background lyrics on the song “Should I Stay Or Should I Go?” by The Clash are in sung Spanish. If you look at the lyrics printed on the “Combat Rock” slipcover it reveals exactly what the band is saying…
This video shows Kurt Cobain backstage after Nirvana’s now classic performance at the Reading Festival in 1992. Kurt is asked by a father to sign an autograph for his sick kid so Kurt takes the time to sign the autograph and meet the kid.
The Foo Fighters album “There Is Nothing Left To Lose” was re-released in 2001 in Australia as a two-CD edition. This edition has this picture of the Australian swimmer Michael Klim on the front, wearing a temporary “FF” tattoo
During Them Crooked Vultures shows John Paul Jones pulls out this bad ass Lap Steel Bass Guitar when they play the song “No One Loves Me & Neither Do I”.
Click the link below to get a free download of Pearl Jam “Amongst The Waves (Acoustic Version)”
Feelnumb.com is really looking for a photo and exact location of this freeway sign that Kurt Cobain took the time to get boosted by Krist Novoselic to take this classic 666 “Devil Worshiping” photo. The only clue is that it is in Washington State somewhere before Elma, Montesano & Aberdeen.
I pretty much obsess about all the small details when it comes to musicians I admire. Whenever I watch videos of Noel Gallagher solo or with Oasis I noticed he always uses cool looking country western guitar straps on almost all his guitars.
Lady Gaga playing on John Lennon’s famous white Steinway was twitpic’d by Sean Lennon and has set off Beatles fans.
Check out The Racounteurs play “Level” live in front of a studio audience in what we think might be the best live performance we have seen.