Gogol Bordello: Rebellious Love

I told you I was somewhat obsessed. 🙂 Here’s a pretty awesome live version of Rebellious Love by Gogol Bordello. I’d say it’s one of my favorite songs off their latest album but, honestly, it’s hard to pick.

Gogol Bordello: My Strange Uncles From Abroad

I’ve been somewhat obsessed with Gogol Bordello for the past week or so. If you aren’t somewhat obsessed with them too you’re missing out. Anyway, this isn’t exactly terribly representative of their immigrant punk sound but it’s pretty awesome nonetheless; here they are doing an acoustic version of My Strange Uncles From Abroad.

Pearl Jam Twenty Was Awesome

I’ve never been to a movie where everyone — EVERYONE — sits patiently waiting for the screen to finally go black after the very last credit and logo rolls by. Because we all wanted more. Incredible.

Eddie Vedder and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam

At the Winnipeg Arena MTS Centre (I’m showing my age — the Winnipeg Arena was torn down a few years ago), September 17th. I’m 4 rows back from the stage. It was an awesome show.

Grant Morrison Sings a Song Given to Him by the Ghost of John Lennon in a Magic Ritual

Just what the headline says, people. Grant Morrison performed this song during a recent event at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, thanks to the urging of My Chemical Romance frontman (and Umbrella Academy writer) Gerard Way. As Way explained, Morrison was given this song by the spirit of John Lennon, which Morrison communed with in a magic ritual while writing The Invisibles.

Via Comics Alliance.