We can agree to disagree with your point, Gene, that only Nirvana measures up to the iconic artists of rock’s first three decades. Here’s a list of some others. Pay attention.
Chicago’s Riot Fest has announced the daily breakdown for their fest, taking place Sept. 12-14. Opening day on Friday will be anchored by Jane’s Addiction, Slayer, The Offspring, Gogol Bordello, Pussy Riot, and Rise Against.
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.
Jane’s Addiction’s Perry Farrell discusses fame’s strangle hold on Kurt Cobain.
Often fans discover Reed and the Velvets via the endorsement of some of his more famous fans, including David Bowie, U2 and R.E.M. So here, then, is a playlist of some great interpretations of his songs.
“I have some projects coming up in 2014, I feel excited about them… There’s gonna be a new scene created in 2014.”
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries.
Jerry Cantrell and Sean Kinney talk about moving forward, religion, and more in an exclusive Radio.com interview.
By the time Jane’s Addiction took the stage, the seats started to fill up. Between the larger crowd and the fact that the sun went down by the time Jane’s started, it seemed like a different concert.
With yesterday’s official announcement of this year’s Lollapalooza lineup, the festival’s founder Perry Farrell called in to Chicago radio station WXRT from Lollapalooza Brazil to discuss the lineup, as well as frustrations with it being leaked a week early.