Author Archives: Jim Cartwright

PEARL JAM, PETER FRAMPTON: “Sun” in Seattle

PEARL JAM, PETER FRAMPTON: “Sun” in Seattle

PEARL JAM, PETER FRAMPTON: “Sun” in Seattle Peter Frampton welcomed a couple of friends to the stage in Seattle Wednesday night — Matt Cameron and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam. They teamed up for an instrumental cover of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun,” which they recorded together in 2006 for Frampton’s Grammy-winning instrumental album Fingerprints. Before…Read more »

Sammy Hagar videos songs on Space Between,

Sammy Hagar videos songs on Space Between,

Sammy Hagar has taken the videos made for the songs on Space Between, his album from earlier this year with his band The Circle, and put together a short film, which is now posted on his website. Directed by Joe Satriani’s son, ZZ Satriani, the film illuminates the 10 songs or what Sammy says are…Read more »

CLAPTON & FRAMPTON: Guitars Weep for George

CLAPTON & FRAMPTON: Guitars Weep for George

Peter Frampton was one of the performers at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival on Friday and Saturday at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas. Frampton was one of the lucky few to be joined onstage by Clapton, teaming up Friday for a tribute to the late George Harrison Friday’s bill also included Bonnie Raitt and…Read more »

A Moving 9/11 Tribute Never Forget

A Moving 9/11 Tribute Never Forget

A moving 9/11 tribute set to Disturbed’s cover of “The Sound of Silence” on the anniversary of the 9/11/2001 terrorist attacks. It’s been 18 years since the tremendous loss on Sept 11, 2001. The sacrifices made will never be forgotten. In one single moment life may never be the same. Never take one second of…Read more »

ROLLING STONES: Put Steel to the Wheels 30 Years Ago

ROLLING STONES: Put Steel to the Wheels 30 Years Ago

Thirty years ago Saturday, The Rolling Stones kicked off the massive Steel Wheels Tour at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia in support of the album of the same name. Opening acts included Living Colour and Guns n’ Roses. Mick Jagger on the Steel Wheels tour.  The Stones’ biggest and longest tour up to that point was the band’s first since 1982. Like many opening nights, show…Read more »

Forget the painkillers,  Just crank up Pink Floyd

Forget the painkillers, Just crank up Pink Floyd

PINK FLOYD: Gets You Comfortably Numb Dr Hans Jeekel, Professor of Surgery at Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, has done research showing that music by Floyd and Mozart has a positive effect on the mind, and can even be used as a substitute for highly addictive painkillers like morphine and fentanyl. While the…Read more »

In honor of “National Dog Day,”

In honor of “National Dog Day,”

Who doesn’t love dogs? There’s a reason why they’re man’s best friend. It’s because we share a special bond. Even through all of the ups and downs they are always there by your side. In honor of “National Dog Day,” here are three songs we featured on today’s Perfect Playlist.Read more »