I recently came across this really cool photo of Krist Novoselic on stage playing a pink “Hello Kitty” guitar. After doing a bit of research on the guitar I found out it is a “Hello Kitty Stratocaster” by Squier (Fender).
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This hi-res photo of a woman standing in front of the huge painting “The Wedding at Cana” was taken inside The Lourve Museum’s (Musée du Louvre) Mona Lisa Room in Paris, France circa 2010.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney to the dismay of Beatles fans all over the world decided to include their wives Yoko Ono and Linda Eastman into their post Beatle bands, music, album covers, etc. Prompting the notion that both these men were whipped or better yet “P@$$Y-Whipped”.
Check out this really cool photo of Eddie Vedder, Jack White & Paul Simon enjoying a Seattle Mariners game on August 27, 2014. Looks like Vedder (lives in Seattle) & White (from Detroit) decided to switched jerseys for the game.
Check out the feelnumb.com definitive top 10 list of songs that contain the great State of California in it’s title. Please chime with your thoughts…
These are the last known photos of Kurt Cobain alive. They were taken at Seattle Sea-Tac Airport on March 12, 1994 after Cobain had returned to the United States from Rome, Italy following his March 4th overdose and eventual recovery.
Almost all of the Pink Floyd album covers were created by Storm Thorgerson, a founder member of graphic art group Hipgnosis until Roger Waters had a falling out with him before “The Wall” album. When their 12th studio album “The Final Cut” was released on March 21, 1983, Waters created the not so impressive album cover himself.
This photo is the last photo of John Lennon and George Harrison together. It was taken at the Troubador nightclub in Los Angeles, California in November of 1974.
The theme song for the 1991 blockbuster film Terminator 2: Judgement Day was “You Could Be Mine” by Guns N’ Roses. GN’R & T2 did a great job of cross promoting the single with the movie
Alice in Chains released their second album “Dirt” on September 29, 1992. The cover featured an eerie image of a girl half buried in the desert dirt by photographer Rocky Schneck. Although she looks exactly like Demri Parrott, the actual model used for the album cover is model/actress Mariah O’Brien.