Check out these awesome photos of Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, Paul McCartney and Jim Morrison having some fun in the sun. The Jim Morrison photo is awesome!!!
Archive | April, 2012
Rockstar 101: Rule “Numero Uno” – Do not wear your own bands t-shirt or band merch. That’s equivalent to Kobe Bryant wearing his Los Angeles Lakers jersey to dinner. Here is Part 4 of some rockstars breaking the law…
“Early Days The Best of Led Zeppelin Volume One” was released on November 23, 1999 as part of a a two-volume compilation album series of some of Led Zeppelin’s early hits from their first four albums. The album cover features the members of Led Zeppelin in late Apollo mission astronaut suits in front of a starry background and a Led Zeppelin logo.
IMHO John Bonham’s Ludwig “Amber Vistalite” drum kit and Keith Moon’s Premier “Pictures of Lily” drum kit are the two most icoic Rock N’ Roll drum kits ever played. So as we always do in the feelnumb.com poll section, we ask for your opinion…
I recently came across this photo of Nirvana with Frances Bean Cobain sitting on the lap of her father Kurt Cobain in front of a fireplace. I knew this fireplace looked familiar and then I finally placed it. It is in the guest house at Pachyderm Studios in Cannon Falls, Minneapolis where Nirvana recorded “In Utero” in February of 1993.
When McCartney released his second solo album “Ram” in 1971 it included several sly digs at Lennon and his former band. It also included a photo of what Paul thought The Beatles were doing to him.
On the fateful Saturday morning of September 7, 1996, Tupac Shakur along with his cousin and fiance Kidada Jones drove from his home in Calabasas, California to Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a last minute trip to meet up with Suge Knight and attend the Mike Tyson vs. Bruce Seldon fight at the MGM Grand.
The band is named Rage Against The Machine and the song lyric in question, is “Fuck You I Won’t Do What You Tell Me”. RATM was booked to play live on a BBC 5 to promote a Facebook online campaign to make the song “Killing In The Name” number 1 for the week of Christmas 2009.
Chevy Metal is a “Dirt Rock” cover band that consists of Foo Fighters, Taylor Hawkins (drums) and Chris Shiflett (guitar) along with Wiley Hodgden (bass). On April 14, 2012, Chevy Metal played a private fund raising gig at Dave Grohl’s daughters school, where Chevy Metal was joined on stage by Grohl and Joan Jett for a cover of “I Love Rock N’ Roll”.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers released the album “Freaky Styley” in 1985. The back cover included some tongue-in-cheek aliases for the band members, Hillel Slovak as “Homesqueeze”, Anthony Kiedis as “Homes”, Cliff Martinez as “Homey” and Flea as “Homeboy”.