The Breeders gave us one of the seminal singles of the 90s with “Cannonball.” We do a deep-dive into this particular one-hit wonder of the “Grunge Era.”
Paul McCartney has collaborated with Stevie, Michael and more. Yet there are some more intriguing projects you may not know about.
From the flyers tacked to a phone pole to the artier posters advertising a band, the Museum of Pop in Seattle has a collection that shows another creative side to rock. Our interview digs into the colorful particulars.
Jacob McMurray, Senior Curator at Paul Allen’s Museum of Pop in Seattle, is keeping the legacies of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Jimi Hendrix alive with often-traveling exhibits of memorabilia.
Most think that Kurt’s death was the end of “grunge” – but there were some great groups and albums that came up right around that time. The author makes a case for another “end” – and it has to do with another group’s trauma.