Hey everyone long time no post… So, I thought I would check in and just mention some new news on Alice. There was a book recently written called Alice in Chains: The Untold Story by David de Sola. The author David did approach me to participate like he did a LOT of people so I wasn’t special but […]
Here is some more amazing fan art from the artists at Deviantart.com which is also one of my favorite art websites. I thought these were some of the best out of the MANY tribute pieces to Layne there. He is still so loved and admired.
I was shocked to find out tonight that Adriana Rubio's books are going for over $100 bucks a piece for used copies.. so if you have one you might be able to sell it.. I personally never read it but I heard it was pure crap. If you have read it.. I'd love to hear what you thought of it.
Demri just being her free dorky fun self… adorable Demri! Pictures by Cat Evangeline Xana and Demri – by Jack Plasky Beautiful Xana La Fuente taking a bath in Demri and Layne’s bathtub.. I totally remember this shower curtain. Pictures by Cat Evangeline Xana was Andrew Wood’s girlfriend & Muse (Andrew Wood was the singer of Mother Love Bone, […]
I have no clue where this picture originally came from.. I found it on a fan site and he says he found it on another fan site but does not mention the site. I think she looks beautiful. She was not ashamed of her nudity so that is why I do not feel bad for […]
There are a few really amazing Facebook communities dedicated to Mike Starr and Layne Staley and even one dedicated to them both that I wanted to share on this website. These are people who really admired them as musician and have put a lot of time into sharing personal stories, pictures and videos including Mike Starr’s sister Melinda Starr […]
Layne-Staley – Rolling Stone Cover The Needle And The Damage Done Rolling Stone – 1996 They’ve survived drug addiction and personal tragedy, but the hardest thing for Alice in Chains may be finding a way to live with themselves. Turning the steering wheel hard to the right and stomping his foot on the gas, Alice […]
Rolling Stone/1994. Check it out.. Quote from the Article: Alice in Chains’ two critically acclaimed albums, Facelift and Dirt, are steeped in gloom and angst, weaving gorgeously depressed tales of animal rights (“Man in the Box”, the band’s first big hit) and the ravages of the Vietnam War (“Rooster,” whose video featured Cantrell’s father, a Vietnam vet). […]
Someone finally did a study on Layne’s vocal range.. pretty interesting stuff..by someone who actually took the time to do it right and KNOWS what their talking about..It’s really nice to see that people still care and that people see the genius in Layne that I personally saw the first time I heard him sing […]
This is an article that was posted on MTV's website on Feb 25 2003 1:03 PM. Almost a year after the April 2002 death of Alice in Chains singer Layne Staley, the final interview with the troubled musician has surfaced in the recently released book "Layne Staley: Angry Chair — A Look Inside the Heart and Soul of an Incredible Musician" by Argentinean writer and music fan Adriana Rubio.