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Dave Grohl and Perry Farrell Join Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders on Kimmel

Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins was the musical guest on the January 7 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, and he brought along Dave Grohl and Jane’s Addiction’s Perry Farrell for a rendition of his recent song “I Really Blew It;” in something of a reversal, Grohl manned the drum kit while Hawkins sang lead vocals. Grohl also joined Hawkins...

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Henry Rollins and Cyndi Lauper Celebrate the Holidays With “Rise Above” Duet

Get ready to hear Black Flag’s seminal 1981 punk anthem “Rise Above” as you’ve never heard it before: with a vocal assist from ’80s pop icon Cyndi Lauper and played by a band featuring a keytar. Lauper teamed up with former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins at her Home for the Holidays benefit held in...

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Dave Navarro, Billy Morrison Announce Benefit Concert With Billy Idol, Perry Farrell, Gavin Rossdale, More

Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison have announced the second installment of their benefit concert series Above Ground. The show will take place Sept. 16 at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles and feature a stacked ensemble joining Navarro and Morrison to perform The Stooges’ self-titled debut and David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...

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Perry Farrell Delivers Ethereal Performance of “Let’s All Pray for This World” on Stephen Colbert

Perry Farrell showed off his spiritual side when he and the Kind Heaven Orchestra performed on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Monday, July 29. The Jane’s Addiction frontman softly sang “Let’s All Pray for This World,” the closing track on Kind Heaven—his first solo album since 2001—with his orchestra backing him up. It wan an involved and theatrical...

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Jane’s Addiction: SPIN’s 1991 Cover Story

This article originally appeared in the June 1991 issue of SPIN. Jane’s Addiction walks out and begins “Up the Beach,” the opening track from Nothing’s Shocking, the band’s second album. The lean, bare torsos of Dave Navarro and Eric Avery are shining softly; their heads down, hung with guitars—radiating heat in an Amsterdam club called Paradiso....

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Stream Perry Farrell’s New Album Kind Heaven

Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell is celebrating his 60th year by releasing Kind Heaven, his first solo album since 2001 when he dropped his Kabbalah-inspired solo debut Song Yet to Be Sung. The messianic former Jane’s Addiction frontman has already released two singles from Kind Heaven: the anti-Trump protest song “Pirate Punk Politician” and “Machine Girl,”...

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Perry Farrell’s New Album Was Inspired by Astral Projection and Trump as the Antichrist

Recently, Perry Farrell had a dream in which he was flying through the sky over a war-torn neighborhood. Between shelled-out buildings, he found a young woman pick-pocketing dead bodies. She came to a man with his guts spilled onto the ground and pulled out his fat, brown wallet. She nabbed it and took it back to a curious alley called Walking...

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10 Tours That Changed the World

This article originally appeared in the July 2001 issue of SPIN.  Live performance predates recorded music by, well, about 3 million years. But we had our hands full just looking through the past 50 to find the most important tours in pop music. Can a rock concert change the world? Yes. For the better? Not necessarily....

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