Beck is a fan of country music and must be a fan of Rush. He put a Rush 2112 sticker and a I ♥ Country Music on his ’62 Danelectro Silvertone guitar.
Archive | November, 2010
Julian Lennon’s photo exhibit opening at the Morrison Hotel Gallery on September 16, 2010 made for a great and rare photo opportunity. Julian along with his brother Sean Lennon took a photo together with their mothers Cynthia Lennon and Yoko Ono.
On January 31, 1967, The Beatles went to Knole Park to make the promotional film/video for the song Strawberry Fields Forever. It was there that John Lennon walked into an antique shop and basically bought a song.
Eddie Vedder has 3 Fender Telecasters he uses on tour. One was bought for him by his mother, another was stolen/never returned to S.I.R. [Studio Instrument Rentals] in Hollywood.
Bono’s doesn’t play the guitar in concert too much but when he does he sometimes uses a green Gretsch “Irish Falcon” guitar with the phrase “The Goal Is Soul” printed on the pickguard in black text.
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Cold War Kids debut EP "Mulberry Street" was named after this Italian Restaurant in their hometown of Fullerton, California. Mulberry Strett Ristorante is located at 114 West Wilshire Avenue, Fullerton, California. The band used the storage room atop the restaurant as their rehearsal space/studio and it is also where guitarist/vocalist Jonnie Russell's lived. Here's a […]
Flipping through photos we noticed that another rocker, Scott Weiland wore a SS Nazi hat on stage with Velvet Revolver. Unlike Page it nearly got him arrested in Germany.
During George Harrison's "Dark Horse Tour" of 1974 he used a Sunburst Fender Stratocaster that has 2 stickers on it. One is Harrison's Dark Horse Records logo… The other one I cannot seem to get a good photo of. It is placed on the top right of the guitar… Both stickers were still in […]
The original cover of Guns N’ Roses “Appetite For Destruction” was based on a Robert Williams painting appropriately titled “Appetite for Destruction.” It depicted a robotic rapist about to be punished by a metal avenger.