Jane's Addiction have experienced their share of downtime during their career, but they've been on a pretty good roll as of late. However, according to singer Perry Farrell, the alt-rock giants are on hiatus once again.
Jane's Addiction's Perry Farrell recently spent some time recovering from surgery enjoying a creative burst that resulted in some 60 tracks being worked through, but the singer says that the material was not necessarily all for Jane's Addiction.
Being sidelined after surgery isn't exactly a pleasant experience, but Perry Farrell has made the most of it by enjoying a creative burst that has resulted in as much as 60 potential new songs for the next Jane's Addiction album.
Sometimes reunions work and sometimes they don't. In Jane's Addiction's case, their second time working with bassist Eric Avery, who was initially the first original member to leave the band, just didn't pan out.
Jane’s Addiction released their fourth studio album, ‘The Great Escape Artist,’ last year and it was their first disc since 2003’s ‘Strays.’ Vocalist Perry Farrell says fans won’t have nearly as long to wait for another album.
If you've watched the growing proliferation of reality singing competitions on TV and wondered how the networks could possibly add one more "unique twist" to the format, the folks at 'Funny or Die' are right there with you -- and they've parodied the genre with a fake commercial for 'U B Da Judge,' a show where celebrities compete to be the next judge on a reality singing competition.
Jane's Addiction vocalist Perry Farrell offered a heartfelt eulogy on the passing of Beastie Boys' member Adam 'MCA' Yauch, who died yesterday (May 4) at the age of 47 after a battle with salivary gland cancer. Farrell labeled Yauch a part of our "musical vernacular." We couldn't agree more with that assessment.
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