The Infamous Scott Stapp (Creed) 311 Feud

311 and Scott Stapp of Creed Feud

The Infamous Scott Stapp 311 Feud

Back in 2005 a thanksgiving day brawl ensued between Scott Stapp of Creed Fame and the members of 311. At the end of the night each camp would go home with injuries. Check out the full story below!

Vince Neil’s Dog “Brutally Murdered” By Neighbour

Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil took to social media to reveal  his five-year-old Yorkshire terrier, Cali, was “brutally murdered” by his neighbours pets.

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The tragic news was shared on an Instagram post on Sunday June 21 with the caption “With a heavy heart we share the news that our beloved California Wolf Neil has gone to heaven. Her passing was tragic.”

Neil shared some photos of him with Cali as part of a father’s day tribute (see below).

The Tragic Story of Skid Row & Firing of Sebastian Bach

Today we take a look at the history of 80’s and early 90’s relics Skid Row. The band had two hit albums and quickly fell into obscurity by the mid 90’s and after a nasty falling out with frontman Sebastian Bach. Check out the video below!

The Public Enemy & Sisters of Mercy Tour

The summer of 1991 was a bad year for concert tours due to the bad economy. It was also the same year that we had one of the strangest concert tours including the Public Enemy & The Sisters of Mercy tour. Check out the full story of how the tour was frought with problems.

Pearl Jam Releases Previously Unseen Unplugged Footage

Pearl Jam fan YouTube channel released previously unseen footage of the band performing in Milan, Italy in 1992. Included in the footage was drummer Dave Abbruzzese who was fired from the band in 1994. Check out the footage below!

Rode Microphone Founder Pays $6M For Kurt Cobain’s Guitar

Rode Microphones founder Peter Freedman revealed that he has bought Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s MTV Unplugged guitar for a whopping $6 million. The guitar was purchased from Julien’s Auctions on Saturday for $6,010,000. Freedman put out a statement saying the following while also shedding some light on the help that the arts need and included a picture of himself with the guitar:

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“When I heard that this iconic guitar was up for auction,” I immediately knew it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure it and use it as a vehicle to spotlight the struggles that those in the performing arts are facing and have always faced.”

“The global arts industry has been shattered by the impact of COVID-19, with musicians and artists being amongst the most affected. The last few months were the straw that broke the camel’s back, and for many in the arts have brought forth the harsh reality that they work in an industry for which there is little support in times of need.”

“For most, access to financial and health services – particularly mental health services – is very limited. While many industries are gradually returning to normal, it’s going to take a long time before this industry can begin functioning as it was. The toll this has taken and will continue to take is enormous and requires more than just lip service. It requires action now, and I am a man of action.”

“The arts, and organisations that support the arts, are remarkably undervalued and underfunded by many governments around the world, considering their cultural and economic importance. I saw buying this guitar as an opportunity to not only share it with music fans, but to do so in a way that raises awareness for the struggles that musicians and artists face every day, and lobby governments for change.”

 

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