Why Johnny Cash Covered Soundgarden’s ‘Rusty Cage’

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Why Johnny Cash Covered Soundgarden’s ‘Rusty Cage’

Today Rock N’ Roll True Stories published an incredible story about why country singer Johnny Cash covered Seattle band Soundgarden’s song ‘Rusty Cage’ from the group’s third album ‘Badmotorfinger.’ He also looks at how Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell almost wrote the arrangement for Cash and Cornell’s reaction to the cover. Check out the full story below!

Richard Fortus Teams Up With John Corabi

It was revealed recently that current Guns N’ Roses guitarist Richard Fortus will be collaborating with former Motley Crue frontman John Corabi. During a recent interview for Gretsch Guitars on social media he revealed the news saying the following:

 “I’m working every day. I’ve been really fortunate. Unlike a lot of my friends during Covid, they’ve not had any work, because they’re touring musicians or they’re studio musicians that don’t have a studio at home.

“‘I’m actually sitting in my studio, which is in my house, and so I’m able to do sessions for different people. And I’ve been really fortunate that I’ve had a ton of work, and I’m busy every day doing sessions, which is awesome, ’cause I love doing that.

“I love playing on other people’s stuff; I love writing with different people. My buddy John Corabi is coming up from Nashville in a few days, and we’re gonna work on some stuff together.”

Check out the interview here.

Slash Would Be Attacked By The US Government

In the early 90’s Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash would be attacked by the US Government over his endorsement of Black Death Vodka. Big brother claimed the marketing was deceptive and inappropriate. Check out the full story below including Slash’s response.

Why Black Sabbath Scared So Many People

Today Rock N’ Roll True Stories published a video about why metal pioneers ‘Black Sabbath’ scared so many people when they first came out. Check it out below!

Guns N’ Roses Share Epic Shot of Axl Rose

Guns N’ Roses shared an awesome shot of Axl Rose on social media. Check it out below!

John Varvatos Having 50% Off Sale

Rock N’ Roll brand John Varvatos is having a sale up to 50% off on their summer collection. We reported last week that some of the brand’s stores have opened up since being closed last March due to covid-19. Check out the sale here.

Guns N’ Roses Got Loans From Federal Government

According to rag mag Rolling Stone

Guns N’ Roses in addition to Green DayPearl Jam and The Eagles received federal government loans as part of the paycheck protection program. It’s funny considering how outspoken Axl Rose has been about the government’s response to covid-19.

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According to data from the Small Business Administration and Treasury Department, the will help support the bands crews and staff.

Major and indepedent record labels also received PPP loans as well.

Sebastian Bach Gets Arrested For Attacking A Fan

In 1989 Skid Row was out on tour supporting Aerosmith when frontman Sebastian Bach was hit in the head with a bottle thrown from the audience during a show in Springfield, Mass. Bach took the bottle and threw it back into the audience and leapt into the crowd injuring a girl. Check out the full story below!

Dave Grohl Talks Kurt Cobain Tribute Album

Foo Fighters Dave Grohl recently spoke to Apple Music and revealed that he considers Foo Fighters’ debut album to be dedicated to both of his Nirvana bandmates Kurt Cobain and Krist Novaselic

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“I mean it should be a lot of people. But I would dedicate it to Krist and Kurt because still to this day, the Nirvana experience was probably… I mean I don’t want to say… I have children. I can’t say it’s the most important event in my entire life.

But it’s safe to say that we wouldn’t be here right now talking about this if it weren’t for my time in Nirvana. And I had learned so many lessons from Kurt, I learned so many lessons from Krist. It was such an honor to be in that band and it was so devastating when it ended. But we have that catalogue of music that we made together and that experience changed not only us, but a lot of the world that we lived in.

So I think that that was probably my life’s most formative period. I went from being a messy teen to then being in this band that was huge. And then it all ending and trying to build life again with the lessons that I had learned through all of that. And I was really young, I was 24 or 25 or something. So I would dedicate it to Krist and Kurt because I owe so much to those guys for sure.”

Foo Fighters will celebrate the 25th year anniversary of their debut album this month. They were planning on doing a spring tour to celebrate the album.

In other Foo Fighters news Dave Grohl lashed out at critics of the band. 

 

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