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Achin’ to be Understood - Paul Westerberg
With my friends, I always felt a little out of place. I like sports and stuff, but I never quite. … [trails off] Everybody I knew liked to go swimming and fishing and hunting and to football games. I didn’t fit that. I never remember feeling truly comfortable with any of my friends. There was stuff I wanted to tell them that they would laugh at when I tried to explain it. They’d say, ‘Guys don’t talk that way.’ And I was afraid of girls, which is another thing guys aren’t supposed to talk about. So I wrote songs instead.
via New York Times
On July 4th, 1991, the Replacements capped off their set at Chicago’s Grant Park with a stunt: The members exited the stage one by one, leaving their roadies to pick up their instruments and finish the gig. “I remember feeling kinda sad,” Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson tells us. “But at the same time it felt like an 800-pound gorilla had been lifted off my back.” Read our exclusive interview with the Replacements bassist where he shares how he is looking forward to playing the first shows with Paul Westerberg in 22 years.
The Replacements reuniting to headline Riot Fest in Chicago, Denver and Toronto | DETAILS
November 17, 1966 - May 29, 1997
16 years ago today Jeff Buckley stepped into the Mississippi River and out of this world forever.
But his beauty, his music, and his grace lives on in the hearts of those who are still listening…
We love you Jeff, always.
“Lonely is the room the bed is made the open window lets the rain in,
Burning in the corner is the only one who dreams he had you with him,
My body turns and yearns for a sleep that won’t ever come…”