The GRAMMYs are known for their infamous moments, but for rock/metal fans the world over, one of the award ceremony’s most infamous moments of them all happened February 22, 1989 when the very first GRAMMY award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Vocal or Instrumental was given to Jethro Tull.
Nirvana fans all over the world took time yesterday to honor what would have been Kurt Cobain’s 51st birthday. Among the tributes were very poignant posts from Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean Cobain.
Vicky Cornell, the widow of Chris Cornell, has taken very careful steps in talking about her late husband since his shocking suicide last year, and in her first TV interview since that tragedy, she opens up about his issues with addiction.
If you’ve been following the Olympics, you know that the Ladies’ Short Program was last night and included some interesting song choices thanks to the new rule that allows skaters to use music with lyrics.
Preston & Steve®: Word of the Week: Keep track of the daily letters all week, know the Word of the Week on Friday morning and you could win a trip for two to attend an exclusive “Last Supper at the Sanctuary” party, on location of The Walking Dead in Atlanta – including 2 nights hotel, airfare…