Eddie Vedder has kept these “Bat Wings” on his amp since they were given to him in by Dennis Flemion of The Frogs. I am pretty sure Vedder acquired the bat wings after he came down from the rafters in this performance with The Frogs…
Archive | January, 2011
Here is the quick history on Jimmy Page’s famous “Dragon” Fender Telecaster that he used with Led Zeppelin and the actual guitar used to play the solo on “Stairway To Heaven.” The 1958 Blond Fender Telecaster was given to Page by Jeff Beck when they were both members of The Yardbirds. Here’s Beck playing what would become […]
Nirvana played on Halloween October 31, 1993 at James A. Rhodes Arena, The University of Akron, in Akron, Ohio. All band members dressed up in costumes for the show. Kurt Cobain dressed as a drunk Barney with a bottle of Jack Daniel’s in his hand, which he chugged through the mask’s mesh mouth.
We perviously wrote a story about the untimely death of The Who’s Keith Moon. Yet we only recently noticed that Moon was being a good friend and supporting Paul & Linda McCartney’s band by wearing a Wings shirt on the last night of his life. Check out some of the photos from that night…
When Ringo Starr was hospitalised on June 3, 1964 with tonsillitis on the eve of The Beatles 1964 Australian and Asian Tour, The Beatles manager Brian Epstein and producer George Martin discussed the possibility of using a stand in drummer rather than cancelling part of the tour.
What a freakin’ life Anthony Kiedis has. He has been the lead singer of a popular band for 3 decades, has made millions upon millions of dollars, still looks young and gets to take photos with beautiful topless women.
During the Rush, “Snakes & Arrows” tour, Alex Lifeson’s pedal board had a bunch of “Barbie Dolls” groupies holding up post-it notes written by the roadies and crew
For the Fall 2009 issue of Purple Magazine, Sean Lennon and his girlfriend Charlotte Kemp Muhl recreated the famous Rolling Stone cover photo of his parents Yoko Ono and John Lennon. The original photo was taken by Annie Leibovitz on December 8, 1980 the day Lennon was murdered.