Steven Adler, the original drummer of Guns N’ Roses, tells of his experiences with the band in his autobiography My Appetite for Destruction: Sex, And Drugs, And Guns N’ Roses. The book also deals with Adler’s early introduction to rock and disco in the Los Angeles nightclubs run by the gangster Eddie Nash.
These nightclubs, including the Starwood and Odyssey, were frequented by gays as well as young teens preyed upon by many of these gays. Adler, for one, relates how he was raped.
Here, Jamie Dlux revisits this long-ago milieu. We are introduced to the varied players, nightclub staffers and musicians who partied until dawn at the Nash clubs.
If you’ve seen Paul Thomas Anderson’s film Boogie Nights, the character played by Alfred Molina was said to be inspired by Nash. Nash was at one time one of California’s largest cocaine dealers. In the film, he’s coked out of his mind, dancing around in a robe and Speedos to Rick Springfield’s “Jessie’s Girl.”
And here, Alfred Molina gets cut short while enjoying a post-midnight boogie.
People booed, screamed at and eventually booted out climate protesters from Extinction Rebellion after the activists repeatedly disrupted the Met Opera during opening night using signs, chants and by yelling during the performance.
“Do you know people spend hundreds of thousands to come here?!” one man screamed at a protester being dragged from the venue. Here’s more on the leftist hilarity from Breitbart.
The Bangles’ Walk Like An Egyptian gets a makeover in this new parody featuring the miracle man who generated 81 million votes! Here’s more from ThinkLikeACop.
So you’ve ravaged your Thanksgiving turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, and you’re settling in for a slow-moving afternoon or quiet evening. You’ve got time on your hands, time to check out Turdstock ’23, contemporary Nashville’s answer to Woodstock.
It’s not quite a three- or four-day gig, but the show brings together nearly four hours of music by some of Nashville’s most energetic — and patriotic –performers. These are the entertainers who aren’t threatening to join Bruce Springsteen and Cher overseas, but instead, they’re advocating the re-election of President Donald Trump to clean up the Democrats’ dirty, corrupt and pedophile-laden government.
John Rich organized Turdstock and leads off the event, alongside Big Kenny. They’re joined by a welter of talented singers, musicians and song writers, among them, Jeffrey Steele, Larry Gatlin Jr., Carmen Thompson and the notorious Catturd. There’s enough music here, you can return for seconds on Friday, and roll it out again all weekend.
A new song from Five Times August, Brad Skistimas’ one-man group behind the covid hit song “Sad Little Man.” Here, Five Times August rolls over the many sellouts and shills, from Madonna to Neil Young, among the rock music illuminati.
Here’s an original song by Ohio-based violinist and vocalist Keira Vensel. The song is shared by the Resistance Chicks, also from southern Ohio.
Jani Lane’s ex wife Bobbie Brown claims the Warrant frontman was drugged and raped by a heavy metal musician and their manager early in his career. The model, who appeared in the video for Warrant’s 1990 hit single Cherry Pie, spoke with Fox News about her new book Cherry On Top: Flirty, Forty-Something, And Funny As F**k. Here’s more from Jamie Dlux.
Here’s a jabtastic parody song reinventing The Doors’ “Love Me Two Times.” It’s a Mortician’s Mix from The Gores. Make sure to stay up to date on your shots! Here’s more from The Boatrawker.
Jeff Allan channels the Bee Gees in a new song about chemtrails. Will Greta Thunberg approve? More from The Boatrawker.
Hard to believe, but Tim Hawkins’ song is now 14 years old. But like a good wine, it has only gotten better and more relevant with the passage of time.