“He’s a great singer — he always has been — but this sounds like something is eating away at him from the inside, and I don’t think it’s a voice injury,” Hawkins concluded. “It saddens me to see it, I’m sure we’re all disappointed.”As the Darkness bandleader warns off the top of the video, “we’re talking about something really sad.” After all, aren’t we all just living on a prayer? Source: The Darkness’s Justin Hawkins Says People Need to Tell Jon Bon Jovi to Stop Singing | Exclaim!
I’m not a big FOO fan but I do like the man called Dave. Foo Fighters’ debut album turns 25 on July 4, which began a long run of success for Dave Grohl, one that seemed impossible in the wake of Kurt Cobain’s death a year earlier. To mark the big anniversary, Grohl spoke with Apple Music’s Matt Wilkinson in a wide-ranging conversation. Grohl revealed that he was worried about being axed from Nirvana because, at the time of his joining, he was the band’s fifth drummer. “Well I mean I joined Nirvana, I was their fifth drummer, right? They’d had a team of drummers before me and some of them were more, I don’t know, more in the band than others,” Grohl said. “So when I joined the band, I didn’t know Krist and Kurt at all. And when we first met and started playing, it was clear that when we got together to play that it worked really well, and we sounded what most people know now to sound like Nirvana. We sounded like that. But you just meet these people and then it wasn’t long… It was almost exactly a year from the time I joined to the time Nevermind came out. And then once it came out, it was like things happen so quickly. The bandContinue Reading