The “Boom,” In American Bombshell, a personal interview with Steve Boyle, Jason Carr and Jay Cee by Jet Pace April 7, 2018 After getting blasted off Earth by American Bombshell at Slippery Noodle Inn in their hometown of Indy, I landed a table for a stellar interview with members, Jay Cee, Steve Boyles and Jason Carr. Bit About the
Chris Cornell Carry On Suretone Records/Interscope Records 2007 You Know His Name Chris Cornell had already struck out on his own in 1999 following the collapse of Soundgarden and released his first solo album ‘Euphoria Morning’. As an album this broke the mould as to what Cornell was capable of, it showed a mournful and
"Sounds Like Seattle" by Adam McCann "Part Two: How grunge fell from grace, through dark, desperate times and found redemption" By 1994, grunge had stretched beyond its means and quickly began to implode, the bands which had made the movement successful had disbanded or were distancing themselves from the grunge moniker altogether.
Fell on Black Days by Adam McCann Celebrating the life and career of " Chris Cornell " Chris Cornell is one of the trailblazing voices in the world of alternative rock and heavy metal with a huge career in grunge pioneers Soundgarden, supergroup Audioslave and a successful solo career that saw Chris
Wednesday 13 Interview by Keith Clements We had the pleasure to Interview Wednesday 13 (Joseph Poole) the legendary American Singer and musician. He has been popular through his Solo as well as the frontman of Murderdolls. We talked about some great things about him and his music, Let's hear from the
by Chetan Wunny I had the honor and privilege to chat with Fredrik Akesson, the guitarist of the progressive death/progressive rock band, Opeth. We had a 45 minute long conversation over skype, and it will truly be something to cherish. Enjoy. Hello! Good evening, Fredrik. It's a pleasure. Good evening to you, the
Soundgarden legend Chris Cornell has ventured back into the world of film. Cornell’s musical touch will be heard in the new Christian Bale movie The Promise, which centers around a love triangle set against the Armenian genocide. Chris Cornell is no stranger to film. The alt-rock icon penned the theme