While opening up for one of his former bands, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jack Irons brought out Eddie Vedder, the singer from another, Pearl Jam.
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Before David Bowie started his "Berlin Trilogy," he began collaborating with Iggy Pop on the experimental 'The Idiot,' released in March 1977.
Ben Folds ran a piano-fueled mixture of juvenile humor and tender balladry to platinum glory on 'Whatever and Ever Amen.'
By the time 'Ingenue' arrived, k.d. lang was ready for a change – and change was just what she got.
A song found in a bonus chapter of a documentary about Green Day has made its way onto the internet.
After a few years with the Blake Babies, Juliana Hatfield broke out as a solo artist in 1992 with 'Hey Babe,' one of the year's most successful indie records.
Dealing with stress and withdrawal from a Valium regimen, Andy Partridge suffered a breakdown during an XTC show in Paris. The band would soon stop touring.
No Doubt couldn’t have been less aligned with the trends when they released their self-titled debut on March 17, 1992.
A benefit for Tibet House US at New York's Carnegie Hall found Iggy Pop and Bernard Sumner performing a Joy Division song.
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