07 Jun

Perry Farrell’s New Solo Album

Perry Farrell, formerly of Jane’s Addiction and Lollapalooza fame, has put out a solo album; his first since 2001. The album is titled ‘Kind Heaven’ and includes performances by Tommy Lee, Dhani Harrison, Taylor Hawkins, Elliot Easton from The Cars, and Jane’s Addiction bassist Chris Chaney.

Farrell recently told SPIN Magazine:

“I believe completely in astral projection. I also believe that a spirit can come and talk to you when you’re sleeping. I completely believe that in that moment, more subtle energies are allowed to mingle. We can learn things.”

You can go here https://www.spin.com/2019/06/perry-farrell-kind-heaven-stream/ to listen

31 Jul

Jane’s Addiction Concert Film

Alive at 25 is the new concert film by Jane’s Addiction available on Pay Per View and Video on Demand starting August 4th. Here’s the released notes about it:

Fans of the legendary alternative rock pioneers Jane’s Addiction will get to experience the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of their critically acclaimed album Ritual de lo Habitual, in Jane’s Addiction: Alive at 25, a new concert film documentary premiering on cable August 4, 2017. The special event includes the album performed in its entirety, along with the band’s biggest hits, featuring guitar great Dave Navarro, lead singer Perry Farrell, drummer Stephen Perkins and Bass Chris Chaney igniting the stage at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheater. Performances are interspersed with band member interviews in the film.

Should be good!

26 Jan

Jane’s Addiction New Video

I’m really liking this video and song that they just released.

02 Feb

Duff McKagan & Jane’s Addiction

There are some rumors out there that Duff McKagan has replaced Eric Avery of Jane’s Addiction.  So Duff goes from Guns N’ Roses to Velvet Revolver to Loaded and now Jane’s Addiction.  Jane’s Addiction are writing a new album so maybe he came at a good time.

23 Feb

NIN and Janes

Nine Inch Nails will tour later this year with Jane’s Addiction according to what Trent Reznor wrote on his website. He also said that these shows will be the last NIN shows for some time and that they will be “much more raw, spontaneous and less scripted” compared to his last tour “Lights in the Sky.” Then he ends with “It’s time to make NIN disappear for a while.” FINE


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