October 7th, 2014

Pearl Jam and Neil Young perform “Walk With Me” live at the Bridge School. Taken from The Kids Are Twenty DVD which contains two hours of full length performances from the Pearl Jam Twenty film, plus never-before-seen bonus features.

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April 19th, 2013


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April 10th, 2013
My theory on [‘Overblown’] is, like, I have a platinum plaque of the Singles soundtrack. So at least a million people bought that record. And I think Piece of Cake sold 150,000. That’s our biggest-selling record. So my take on it is, like, 850,000 people heard us and said, ‘No.’
Mudhoney’s Mark Arm talks to the Onion A.V. Club about “Overblown” and other highlights from their recording career
March 10th, 2013

Jeff Ament, while he was young. The Pearl Jam bassist (and actor extraordinaire) turns 50 today.

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December 17th, 2012
Jerry Cantrell, from Alice in Chains, appeared in Jerry Maguire, playing a CopyMat clerk and possibly a messiah. He was fearless. He nailed the performance in two takes, earning a blitz of high-fives from co-star Tom Cruise. Sometimes the reckless naturalism of a relaxed musician is just what the scene needs.
Writer/director Cameron Crowe, from his piece “Rocking the Role,” in the January 2013 issue of Vanity Fair; watch Cantrell’s cameo here
December 6th, 2012

Kudos to Seattle Weekly for its interactive map of Debbie Hunt’s insanely circuitous bike route in the film Singles.

November 28th, 2012

Brooklyn’s Telephoned release ‘Singles’ soundtrack covers EP

The EP, which I posted about earlier today, is now available in full. Featuring electro reworkings of songs by Smashing Pumpkins, Alice in Chains, Screaming Trees and Jimi Hendrix.



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November 28th, 2012

Rare Promo Photo: SOUNDGARDEN, pictured with director/writer Cameron Crowe, on the set of the Warner Bros. release SINGLES. (L to R: Matt Cameron, Kim Thayil, Ben Shepherd, Crowe, Chris Cornell). (From the collection of Gianluca Giangio Sirri)

Previously: Alice in Chains Singles promo photo

November 28th, 2012

Brooklyn duo Telephoned’s glitchy, electro take on the Screaming Trees’ “Nearly Lost You.” Looking forward to seeing what other Singles soundtrack gems they cover on their upcoming EP. 


With our new cover-up EP “Singles”, we make a call back to the future and give the Telephoned treatment to 4 songs from the OST of the classic Cameron Crowe film. Like we did with Clams Casino on our popular “U Don’t Have To Call” EP, this time the catalogue of immensely talented up-and-coming Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth provides the backdrop.

Today we’re giving you “Nearly Lost You”, originally by Screaming Trees, as a teaser. Next week we’ll be dropping the rest of the songs, a video AND playing a free show at Public Assembly in Brooklyn on 11/29! hold the line…


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November 19th, 2012

ALICE IN CHAINS prepare for “Would?”, performed live in the Warner Bros. release SINGLES. A studio version of the song is included on the soundtrack album. (Promo photo from the collection of Gianluca Giangio Sirri)

November 13th, 2012
When Billy Corgan was completely broke, I got him a movie deal with Cameron Crowe where he made $40,000. He was very happy about that, and he was specifically happy about the $40,000. So next time you see him, tell him owes me my $40,000 back.
Chris Cornell on Billy Corgan’s charges that the Soundgarden reunion is a cash grab (H/T GrungeReport.net)

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