They also covered Walsh’s own “Rocky Mountain Way.”
Just before Thanksgiving 1988, Corgan was offered a chance to open for Jane’s Addiction. Despite the gig not going as well as he’d liked, a friendship was born that night that would last more than two decades.
By Vanessa Payes Some of you are already getting geared-up to get your Cinco de Drinko on. You’re already digging through the closet for that banged-up sombrero that you wear every year. Put down the […]
By Nadia Noir Thirty years ago, Rock ‘N’ Fantasy Camp meant saving up all your allowances to buy a crappy amp and barely-functioning guitar while getting lessons from your older brother’s best friend in you […]
“I have some projects coming up in 2014, I feel excited about them… There’s gonna be a new scene created in 2014.”
Decades after its release, ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ routinely pops up on “Best Albums Of All Time” charts. But if anyone ever puts together a “Most Deceptively Titled Albums Of All Time,” Nothing’s Shocking may top the list.
Happy Memorial Day Weekend! It’s the unofficial starts of summer and we’re ready to throw some weenies on the grill, crack open an ice-cold beverage, and throw our lawn chair into the kiddie pool as […]
Working With Jane’s Addiction, Turned Down By Springsteen: ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Music Supervisor Sounds Off
Out now is the “Sons Of Anarchy: Volume 2″ soundtrack. Volume 2 contains a couple of new takes on classic songs recorded specifically for the show, including one that never made primetime but was too good to be relegated to the cutting room floor.
Would Jane’s Addiction be into covering a song for the series? Being a fan of the show as well as motorcycles, “It was pretty easy to say yes,” recalls frontman Perry Ferrell.
Just exactly who is the best rock and roll drummer to ever bash a kit into submission? Vote for your favorite beat-keeper now!