As an automobile, this 1972 Dodge van has seen better days. But as a pop culture artifact, it’s worth over $20,000, thanks to some scribbling Kurt Cobain did on the side during his stint as a roadie for sludge metal pioneers the Melvins.
We know what you want, Loudwire readers, and we’re giving it to you: More glorious details regarding the rock ‘n’ roll love story of the year. You’ve read the news about Nickelback‘s Chad Kroeger getting engaged to Avril Lavigne, you’ve pored over all the best Twitter reactions, and you’ve loaded our wedding playlist into all of your portable music players. Now, we’re bringing you the really good stuff — behind-the-scenes info from the happy couple themselves.
When you hire the Foo Fighters to perform at your local amphitheater, you pretty much know what you’re going to get — and what you’re going to get is an evening of full-volume rock ‘n’ roll. But those amps were turned up a little too high for Belfast residents who reportedly heard the band’s Tuesday (Aug. 21) set from 15 miles away.
Kings of Leon singer Caleb Followill has been putting the band’s hiatus to good use, welcoming his first child with Victoria’s Secret model Lily Aldridge into the world on June 21 — and now the happy couple has introduced young Dixie Pearl to the world at large.
In a development that shouldn’t surprise anyone, anywhere, Pizza Hut and Home Depot are fighting a lawsuit brought against them by the Black Keys that alleges the two chains stole the Keys’ music for a pair of ads.
Here’s some good news for fans who shelled out between big bucks for tickets to this year’s Kiss Kruise: You just picked up a little more entertainment for your five-day adventure in the form of Steven Adler‘s appropriately named new band, Adler.
Before they topped the charts by sowing the seeds of love, the guys in Tears for Fears used synths and stomping beats to exorcise emotional demons — and before he became an Oscar-winning composer, so did Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. As it turns out, that isn’t all they have in common.
It’s been said that in space, no one can hear you scream. But NASA’s Curiosity Rover has proven an exception to the rule with its eclectic playlist of wakeup music, which includes Anthrax‘s cover of Joe Jackson’s ‘Got the Time.’
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