August 16th, 2014
August 13th, 2014
A lot of times, I couldn’t afford to buy anything so I would just stand at the [West Hollywood Virgin Megastore] magazine rack and read about the people I admired who were living the life I wanted to live…. One night, I was there reading and dreaming and I felt someone looking at me. I looked up and there standing just a few feet from me in the doorway was none other than Robin Williams. He had obviously just been shopping and was carrying handled bags in both hands. We both stood there for a second and then he gave me this beaming, all-knowing smile that said,’Don’t worry, kid. You’ll get there.’ Then he slowly turned and exited stage right. It was a moment right out of Dead Poets Society or Good Will Hunting
Alice in Chains’ William Duvall recalls a meaningful encounter with Robin Williams
August 12th, 2014

Alice in Chains’ Sean Kinney with bandmate Jerry Cantrell’s (fake) white tiger head. (Story here.)

August 10th, 2014

Alice in Chains’ Mike Inez and Jerry Cantrell hang with Kiss cover band Destroyer in Prince George, British Columbia.

(Source: instagram.com)

August 4th, 2014
July 31st, 2014

Alice in Chains perform “Would?” on Guitar Center Sessions. The band’s episode premieres on DirecTV’s Audience Network August 3.

July 29th, 2014

Alice in Chains perform “No Excuses” on Guitar Center Sessions. The band’s episode premieres on DirecTV’s Audience Network August 3.

July 28th, 2014

From the makers of 8-Bit “Hunger Strike” comes the 8-Bit Grunge Medley. Featuring: Soundgarden - “Rusty Cage”/ Alice in Chains - “Man in the Box” / Stone Temple Pilots - “Sex Type Thing”/ Melvins - “Revolve” / Mad Season - “River of Deceit” / Nirvana - “In Bloom” / Pearl Jam - “Jeremy.”

July 23rd, 2014
Alice in Chains’ William DuVall and the Melvins’ King Buzzo hung out in East Atlanta last night.

Alice in Chains’ William DuVall and the Melvins’ King Buzzo hung out in East Atlanta last night.

(Source: facebook.com)

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