Craigslist is home to all kinds of oddities, but one that I just found (thanks to a friend) is hilarious…and mysterious.
Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer has launched his new brand of gourmet coffee: Rockin’ & Roastin’ Cofee.
Cobain, by no means, was the first dude in our region writing the type of music we’ve come to accept as “grunge.” But as mentioned before, he was the first to have that particular style of punk rock to resonate with Joe Six Pack.
On this day in 1980, one of the most rebellious and audacious frontmen of all-time passed away: AC/DC‘s Bon Scott. The tattooed, squealing Aussie joined AC/DC in 1974 and immediately transformed what was destined to [...]
Our buddy Jim Jamison, who runs the Foggy Noggin’ brewery in Bothell has bee forced to ditch the name he had planned for a new IPA. It was going to be called “12th Man Skittles IPA” in honor of the Seahawks journey to the big game (happening Sunday). But, those pesky folks down at Texas A&M aren’t going to let it fly. The school issued a cease-and-desist order to Foggy Noggin because of the usage of the trademarked phrase, “12th Man,” according to the Everett Herald.
Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard will be performing at the oh-so intimate and oh-so legendary theater: The Moore on March 23, 2014.
It looks like the Kinks reforming in 2014 is inching closer to a reality.
Nirvana’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014 will be accompanied by a local honor: Hoquiam will declare April 10 (of next year) “Nirvana Day.”
Bruce Pavitt, co-founder of Seattle’s Sub Pop, admits the label’s success couldn’t have happened without a little field trip he and his business partner Jonathan Poneman coordinated in 1989. At the end of November of that [...]
Mike Jones didn’t tell me this story until 10:00 am Wednesday, otherwise this post would have been up during Wednesday’s show.