For those of you unfamiliar with Mudhoney, they’re essentially the band that made the small fishing village of Seattle relevant to headbangers around the globe, and unintentionally sparked the flannel-wearing, nose-piercing revolution known as “grunge.” […]
Say it isn’t so, Courtney! According to a slip of the tongue from her new manager, rumors are swirling that she’s planning on turning the story of Nirvana into a Broadway musical. We are not amused.
To quote the legendary James Brown, “give the drummer some!” Or in the case of this list ranking the richest beat-keepers in the world, give the drummers a whole lot, as in a fortune.
During the mammoth 27-song Reading Festival set, Grohl dedicated “These Days” to his former Nirvana bandmates Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic, saying “I’d like to dedicate this song to a couple of people who couldn’t be here tonight.”
A new Beatles compilation celebrating the Fab Four’s “most powerful rock songs,” titled Tomorrow Never Knows, hits iTunes exclusively today. Though there’s obviously no new music here, the album’s digital packaging does include a new note from Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters frontman.
As the ongoing saga of Seattle’s Most Famous Band continues:
The saga of Seattle’s most famous band never seems to end.
Courtney Love and controversy go together more than the words “Muppets” and “rape” in the same sentence, but both pairings are involved in a new spat.
The instrumental band [mp3com-artist]Pelican[/mp3com-artist] may not be a household name, but they do leave in impression. The Chicago group weaves sonic tapestries in the post-metal fashion, but shows little patience for the genre’s largely ponderous […]
Kings of the grunge scene, both Nirvana and Pearl Jam are marking twenty years since the respective releases of their seminal albums. Nevermind and Ten have made it two decades in the rock pantheon, so […]