KEXP & Sub Pop presented Mudhoney from atop the Space Needle yesterday (July 11, 2013) to help commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Seattle record label. The Sub Pop Records Silver Jubilee is scheduled to run tomorrow in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle.
The Dictators performing live at Irving Plaza in New York City on February 7th, 1981. The Dictators – “Science Gone Too Far” and “Weekend” The Dictators – “New York, New York” and “The Minnesota Strip” The Dictators – “No Tomorrow”, “Loyola” and “What Goes On”
Alice In Chains were musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (April 10th) and performed “Stone”, “Hollow” and “Man In The Box” on the Sony Outdoor Stage. Hollow Stone Man In The Box via Theprp.com
Classic footage of Iggy Pop from 1980, performing “Winter of My Discontent”. This video features Carlos Alomar (David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney) and Rob Duprey (The Mumps) on guitar.
Here’s Clutch playing “Earth Rocker” live at a secret CD-listening party on October 17, 2012 at the Machine Shop in Belleville, NJ. The song is the title track from the new album, which hits stores on March 19, 2013. Amazing stuff!
Vintage Trouble performs “Blues Hand Me Down” on the Late Show with David Letterman on December 6, 2012. The song comes from the band’s debut album titled The Bomb Shelter Sessions. Vintage Trouble, from Los Angeles, CA, is currently supporting The Who on their 2012/2013 North American Tour.
35 years ago (December 31, 1977), Ramones played this New Year’s Eve Show at the Rainbow Theatre in London, England. The live album, It’s Alive, was released in April, 1979. The concert was also filmed and later released in a truncated form, as shown here, on the DVD It’s Alive 1974-1996.
Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top joined Social Distortion onstage for “Drug Train” at the House of Blues Los Angeles on December 15, 2012. Gibbons remained onstage to perform “Black Magic”. Here’s the full setlist for the show.
MC5 performing live for the Beat Club in Germany in 1972 (Episode No. 77). 1. Kick Out the Jams – 0:00 2. Ramblin’ Rose – 9:03 3. Motor City’s Burning – 13:00 4. Tonight – 18:15 5. Black to Comm #2 – 26:20 40 years ago! Wow! Most of today’s so-called music has nothing on…
OK, I know I’m on a bit of a ‘Alice Cooper’ kick lately but it was cool meeting him last week… Here’s an awesome live version of “Halo of Flies”, originally from the 1971 album Killer. I wish he would have played it here in Vancouver during this part of the tour.