On the occasion of today’s release of LIVE AT THE BBC VOL. 2, Mojo magazine has a look at a book of photographs taken by Ringo.
It is not every day that one of your all-time favorite bands releases a brand new CD. #TheBeatles #LiveAtTheBBCvolume2
Streetmusician sings - Original singer comes along and joins him
From YouTube’s About section: What a huge surprise for this streetmusician and us! We were filming him singing the song smalltown boy by Bronski Beat, when suddenly Jimmy Somerville (the original singer) comes up and joins him singing! Awesome, things like that only happen in Berlin!
The Toesucker Proxy: Robert Christgau’s piece on Lou Reed.
Even the intro is hilarious:
Lou Reed, who died today at 71, made no secret of his disdain for many of the people who wrote about him, but longtime Village Voice staffer and Dean of American Rock Critics Robert Christgau is the only one to have his sexual preferences questioned from the stage on one of Reed’s live albums.
Anna Gunn (aka Skyler White) in the pilot episode of the unproduced series based on L.A. Confidential in 2000.
It is available on the blu-ray disc of the movie.
#BreakingBad #AnnaGunn #LAConfidential #HushHush
I very much enjoyed this story about Kris Kristofferson tangling with Toby Keith.
A great reminiscence about Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground: "When Backstage Was No Big Deal."
Trailer for a documentary called
EVERY EVERYTHING: THE MUSIC, LIFE & TIMES OF GRANT HART
What’s your favorite Jimi Hendrix song?
“The Wind Cries Mary” was the third single released by The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
American Masters - Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train a Comin’ airs Tuesday at 9/8c.
Stopping by NPR to perform the radio station’s ongoing “Tiny Desk Concert” series, singer/songwriter Neko Case found herself embracing the Halloween spirit in full yesterday when she arrived dressed in a furry gorilla suit.
Did you know: Jimi Hendrix was entirely self-taught on guitar and he played upside-down because he was left-handed?
Watch a new extended trailer for 'Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A Comin,' premiering November 5th on PBS.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s debut album, Are You Experienced (1967), is considered one of the greatest debut albums in rock-and-roll history. Watch archival footage of the Experience.
Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A Comin’ premieres in 2 days on PBS!