I always write stories about band members wearing their own band shirt and how tacky I think it is but I make an exception for the late Glenn Frey as he seemed really proud to be a founding member of The Eagles. Frey proudly wore his bands merch throughout his career.
I love these photos of two of Frank Zappa’s kids Diva and Ahmet placing their hands inside their famous fathers handprint at the Guitar Center Hollywood RockWalk.
Check out Kendall Jenner on-stage looking all grungy and cool sporting a Slayer shirt while rehearsing for the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto, Canada on June 15, 2014. Slayer guitarist Gary Holt responded by wearing this rather harsh, yet funny “Kill The Kardashians” shirt.
In an exclusive deal with Walmart, Journey released their the thirteenth studio album “Revelation” on June 3, 2008. The second disc of the album is another case of a band attempting to change history.
The guitar Sheeran has recently busted out at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and the 2015 Grammy Awards is a replica of the Eric Clapton “Crash” Fender Stratocaster. In 1997, Eric Clapton met street artist John “Crash” Matos and was inspired by his artwork, a mix of abstract and graffiti based street-art.
OMG!!! This just in. The fashionista ageless Lenny Kravitz has a really huge, ridiculously huge, giant, massive, extra-large, anaconda-like monstrosity of a…
After watching Damon Albarn perform a 2014 concert on Guitar Center Sessions I noticed a star taped to the front of his piano.
On October 3, 1992, Sinead O’Connor appeared on Saturday Night Live as a musical guest where she sang an acappella version of the Bob Marley song “War”. She sang that song as a protest over the sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church and changed one of the key lyrics from “racism” to “child abuse.” She then presented a photo of Pope John Paul II to the camera while singing the word “evil”.
As the story goes, Neil Young once bought 200,000 copies of his 1978 album “Comes A Time” after realizing he had approved a test pressing from a bad master tape and shot them with his rifle.
We did a story about Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler’s bass guitar sticker that proudly read, “Enjoy Cocaine”. Eric Clapton of course, took it to another level in 1977 when he covered a J.J. Cale song which he would make even more famous, “Cocaine”.