NORAH JONES Covers GUNS N’ ROSES
Singer-songwriter Norah Jones revealed a video of her covering GUNS N’ ROSES “Patience” and asked fans to donate to help fight coronavirus
Norah Jones shot the clip from her home while she is in quarantine. She would state in the video (Ssee below)
“I hope you’re okay in these strange times,” she wrote. “If you’re in a position to make a donation, there are many organizations [that] are getting food or supplies to people in need. @Feeding America, @MusiCaresFoundation are a couple. And please stay home as a pledge of social responsibility to our medical professionals.”
Check out her performance below!
GUNS N’ ROSES Share Rare AXL ROSE Photo on Social Media
NIRVANA’s KURT COBAIN Had a Mysterious Stay in Italy in 1994
Back in 1994, a month before the death of NIRVANA frontman Kurt Cobain, the singer ended up in the hospital. How he ended up in the hospital is still unknown. Some think it was an attempt on his life while other’s claim it was an overdose. Check out the story below!
MATT SORUM, Former GUNS N’ ROSES Drummer Performs “Patience”
The post on his Instagram opens up with the drummer saying
: “Here I am again with my guitar. I’m out in the backyard here in the desert. You see my palm trees. It’s getting a little chilly, so I put on this wooly hat in tribute to Izzy Stradlin, one of the writers of this next song. I was very fortunate to play with my old bandmates on this song. Obviously, I was on the drums. I’m gonna play it for you tonight on the guitar and sing it. I hope you enjoy my version. This one’s called ‘Patience‘.”
Sadly for GUNS N’ ROSES fans, Chicago Review Press, the drummer’s publisher has pushed back the release date of his autobiography titled “Double Talkin’ Jive: True Rock ‘N’ Roll Stories From The Drummer Of Guns N’ Roses, The Cult, And Velvet Revolver”, to July 7 from the previously announced April 7.
Analyzing ALICE IN CHAINS Song “Your Decision”
Today I wanted to take a look at the ALICE IN CHAINS song “Your Decision” from the group’s first album following the death of original frontman LAYNE STALEY. The song was featured on the group’s 2009 album “Black Gives Way to Blue.” Check out our analysis of the video below!