And you enjoy that thing called grunge, I suggest you watch/listen to this. amazes me every time I hear it.
And I've watched this video MANY times over the years. Sad that I only got to see Alice in Chains twice, and only one time that I remember. (My brother tells me they opened for Van Halen when we saw them first?!)
"I am living this life as lovingly as I can be as flawed as I am." - Brandon Lacy Campos
Love that video, It's unfortunate Lane could'nt shake his demons.
So, apparently you must have over imbibed for that first show?
My brother and I are very opposite, so after the divorce, we took turns picking what to do with our father when he took us out. So, I was probably not into seeing Van Halen, plus at that point, they only had Man in a Box, so wasn't enough to hook me yet.
I see. Your dad actually liked those bands? My father was'nt into metal at all, but he did take me to see Bruce Springsteen. I loved Clarence Clemons, I'm a sucker for a good sax player and he was amazing.
Brother was into metal, so that was his week to pick. Dad didn't typically care what we did for our visit.
Was the pop fest worth the price of admission last night? I don't think I could handle all the screaming teenies.
Alice in Chains is one of my favorite bands. They're one of those bands that just liberate you when you listen to them. If only Lane was still around. "Got Me Wrong" is probably my favorite song of theirs. My dad was lucky enough to see them perform several times. Wish I had been around to see 'em.
I never saw them live...I have, however, met his mother nancy on several occasions, including when my friends amanda and jason played the tribute show w/ her at the hard rock cafe in seattle last year.
Mental wounds not healing, driving me insane, i'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train- the ozzman
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