Hey guys! Looking through some rock related articles this week, I found some to be super interesting and wanted to share them with you! Here's 3 you should check out.
This one is so awesome, I love when musicians feed off of each other and find inspiration in one another. Johnny Cash was an avid writer.... and never threw anything away. After his passing in 2003, he left behind a room FILLED with all of his illustrations-- poetry, songs, etc, published and non. Before Chris Cornell's passing, Cash's son handed him a few pieces of his father's writing, for him to ultimately be drawn to "You Never Knew My Mind," to cover and record in Cash's original recording cabin in Tennessee. Give it a listen inside this article and read a little further.
Updated April 11, 2018 08:09:53 Trawling through a dead parent's personal papers can never be an easy experience, but for John Carter Cash it was difficult in more ways than one. When Johnny Cash died in 2003, the music legend left behind an office brimming with notebooks and folders full of his often handwritten work.
If you caught yesterday's rock report, you heard me mention this one.. The Songwriters Font project has brought to life such a fantastic idea. You can now use the actual handwriting of iconic musicians like Kurt Kobain, John Lennon and David Bowie as fonts. I see some wonderful tattoo ideas sprouting from this... Lol!
Okay, so does food and music go hand in hand? Or do food lovers and music lovers just unite unintentionally? Maybe we are just the best types of people... let's go with that. If you've ever seen an episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, you're probably a fan. Next month on the May 20th episode you get to see Serj Tankian of System of a Down show Bourdain the ropes of his own roots in Armenia as they explore food and culture.
Serj Tankian, Anthony Bourdain, travel, food.... I'm all in.
According to The Pulse Of Radio, SYSTEM OF A DOWN frontman Serj Tankian will be a guest on the May 20 episode of Anthony Bourdain's CNN series "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown". The two will embark on a tour of Armenia with historian Richard Giragosian.