Check out this great photo of Layne Staley and “date” at the Shorewood High School “Evening Enchantment” Prom 1986. Staley did not attended Shorewood High School, he went Meadowdale High School. If you are the girl in this picture or know the her, send us her info.
Archive | March, 2012
John Frusciante and Milla Jovovich were an item for seven months in the year 2000. Jovovich claimed to have fallen in love with Frusciante when she first heard his solo album Niandra Lades and Usually Just a T-Shirt. In 2000 Jovovich said, “It was, like, six years ago, and literally the day I heard his voice for the first time, I was like, “Oh my God!”.
There’s a funny Stop sign near my house that says “Hammertime” under it. It always makes me smile and remember when “U Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer was a huge hit. Apparently there are quite a few Stop signs with graffiti pertaining to song lyrics.
Chris Cornell once wore his own band’s Soundgarden shirt in concert. Well Cornell also proudly wore the band shirts of a few other Seattle bands. Here he is wearing a couple Pearl Jam shirts.
On March 25, 1966, The Beatles took the photos that would become their most controversial photos ever taken. The infamous “Butcher Photo Session” would later provide the short-lived album cover for The Beatles US release of “Yesterday And Today” before they were destroyed and or pasted over.
When Gun’s N’ Roses released their “Lies” E.P. after the success of “Appetite For Destruction” the album cover was a parody of tabloid newspapers. Two statements about domestic abuse that were on the original album cover had to be removed and replaced. Here is the original version that included the statements, “Wife-beating has been around for 10,000 years” and “Ladies, welcome to the dark ages”.
Guitar great Randy Rhoads played his last show with Ozzy Osbourne on March 18, 1982 at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum in Knoxville, Tennessee. Here is a photo and ticket from the show.
These legends all got together for an unplanned jam session by chance on December 4, 1956 at Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. That day Carl Perkins came by the studio to cut some new songs. Sam Philips (owner of Sun Records) asked his newest signed act to his label, Jerry Lee Lewis to come by the studios to play the piano for Perkins session.
We need your vote!!! Out of the group of people that are sometimes referred to as “The Fifth Beatle” these four nominees Pete Best, George Martin, Billy Preston and Stuart Sutcliffe have the most Beatles credentials. Here’s the rundown…
The “Aoxomoxoa” (ox-oh-mox-oh-ah) album by the Grateful Dead has always been a tough one to pronounce. The words Grateful Dead on the front of the album contain a hidden message in the form of an ambigram, that can also be read as “ATE THE ACID”.