John Lennon being cheeky and snorting “Coke” in The Beatles “A Hard Days Night” Movie…
Archive | November, 2010
Jim Hutton, Freddie Mercury’s partner died on New Year’s Day 2010 from a smoking related illness at sixty years old. Although he had AIDS, Hutton did not pass away from AIDS related complications. Jim and Freddie met at a club in 1984 when Mercury offered to buy him a drink and Hutton politely turned him down. He […]
We perviously showed you some cool album covers by Oasis, Soundgarden,Weezer, The Strokes and The White Stripes remade using Lego pieces. Well here are some more awesome Lego album cover remakes…
“Dimebag” Darrell Abbott was tragically shot onstage on December 8, 2004 while performing with Damageplan at the Alrosa Villa in Columbus, Ohio. Months earlier “Dimebag” had asked one of his idols Eddie Van Halen for a black and yellow-striped Charvel electric guitar (“Bumblebee”), which was pictured on the back cover and inside sleeve of Van Halen II album.
Bob Marley’s final concert was at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, Pa on September 23, 1980. Two days before this concert, Marley collapsed while jogging in Central Park, New York. He had just played his biggest concerts ever, two sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden while nearly fainting.
Julian Casablancas of The Strokes was born August 23, 1978 to Jeanette Christiansen a former model and Miss Denmark in 1965 and John Casablancas, the founder of the prestigeous Elite Model Management. Here’s shots of Jeanette & John with young Julian… Julian’s parents divorced when he was nine, and he was raised by his mother in New […]
The gun featured on the cover of Foo Fighters self-titled debut album is a XZ-38 Disintegrator Pistol, originally released in 1935 as a tie-in toy for the Buck Rodgers comic strip and radio show.
The most famous dance routine ever Michael Jackson's Thriller was filmed in 1983 at this location in downtown Los Angeles, California. The address is 3701 Union Pacific Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90023. Here's the almost exact location of the photo above as it looks on google street view…(Note the brick walls and the rectangle on […]
Tim Commerford from Rage Against The Machine took offence to Rage losing Best Rock Video for “Sleep Now In The Fire” to Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff” at the 2000 VMA’s. In protest, Commerford climbed a stage prop and began shaking it and pretty much ruining Limp Bizkit’s acceptance speech.
This is the house that is used in Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video in the scene where his date runs up the stairs to get away from Michael and the Zombies… Here's the house now. The address is 1345 Carroll Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90026 Here's a different angle… Click below for Google Street View…