See also "Jane's Addiction's Perry Farrell Comments on Tom Gabel's Transgender Announcement" -- plus the Fillmore's full Facebook photo album from Jane's Addiction in Miami.
With The Duke Spirit
Fillmore Miami Beach
Friday, May 18, 2012
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Even after 27 years, four albums, and a few line-up changes,
Jane's Addiction is holding on strong.
In fact, Perry Farrell and company's latest album, The Great Escape Artist, made it to the third spot on Billboard rock chart. So rather than kick the habit in
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Like tattoos? Get your single needle guns, sharpened guitar strings, and professional gear ready for Ink Masters, a new tattoo reality competition series where contestants battle for $100,000.We caught up with judge Chris Nuñez, who was on Miami Ink, about why Ink Masters is better, truer to the ... More >>
According to doomsday fearmonger Zecharia Sitchin, the "12th Planet" (or Nibiru) is a hypothetical planet hidden in the outskirts of the solar system that will collide with Earth and destroy all life as soon as 2012.
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Photo by Clara Balzary via facebook.com/chilipeppersThe Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, contemporary music's Cleveland equivalent to Major League Baseball's Cooperstown, has announced its class of 2012.
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Jane's AddictionA Cabinet of Curiositieswww.janesaddiction.comJane's Addiction is of those bands that, although its members don't especially like each other anymore, wields an influence simply too great to allow the band to stay broken up. The game-changing L.A. quartet that treated alternative rock ... More >>