Unfortunately, I didn’t get to go to the 25th anniversary show for the Dinosaur Jr. album You’re Living All Over Me at Terminal 5, but friend of the show/music video director and Bob’s Burgers writer Scott Jacobson did. Jacobson and Joe Foley took some shots of the great time we all missed. Oh hey, Frank Black stopped by. J and his hair halo. Oh, this? No big deal, just J Mascis jamming with Johnny Marr.
Mediodescocido’s Uriel Valentin made these adorable little Dinosaur Jr. art dolls and they are not for sale. Life is a cruel mistress. Mediodescocido has a whole flickr page of rock and roll dolls. Here are a few of my personal favorites: I think it’s safe to say that this is about as cuddly as Lou Reed is ever gonna get.
This episode of Low Times features two legendary performers. One is the classic definition of a side-man, handling lead guitar for what is arguably the biggest band in the world. The other is the leader of a number of iconic indie bands and a solo performer who is constantly reinventing his sound. Nils Lofgren is the guitarist in The E Street Band. He spoke to Daniel Ralston via telephone about joining Neil Young’s band at the age of 17, his… Continue»