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Nina Simone would have turned 80 years old today. Born Eunice Kathleen Waymon in Tryon, North Carolina, she changed her name to Nina Simone “Teenie” Harris, circa Divas, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Beautiful Voice, Beautiful Images, Vintage Black Glamour, Studio 54, Foto Art, Gene Kelly

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Beatlemaníaca desde eu ainda me surpreendo com fotos incríveis dos Beatles [e que eu NUNCA tinha visto na vida]. Beatlemaniac since I am still surprised by incredible pictures of the Beatles [and that I had NEVER seen in my life]. Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Paul Mccartney, Pop Rock, Rock And Roll, Mundo Musical, Music Rock, Hippie Man, John Lennon Beatles

Black and white pictures of famous people on skateboards

Pete Townshend Did you know that the use, ownership, and sale of skateboards was banned in Norway from 1978 to 1989? With hooligans like these constituting the public face of skateboarding, it’s easy to see why. I’m pretty sure Kate Hepburn is about to do a kickflip there. Brooke Shields Katherine Hepburn Chuck Norris Valerie Bertinelli Michael Jackson MCA Jodie Foster Henry Rollins Ian MacKaye John Lennon

Nick Cave letter rejecting MTV’s nomination for ‘Best Male Artist’ of 1996 / Dangerous Minds Nick Cave, Bryan Cranston, Music Icon, My Music, Adel Verpflichtet, Mtv, Photo Rock, The Bad Seed, Dangerous Minds

Nick Cave doesn’t want MTV Awards’ nomination for ‘Best Male Artist’ of 1996

Nick Cave’s polite, yet firm 1996 letter to MTV event organizers following his nomination for “Best Male Artist” for that year’s MTV Music Awards. 21 Oct 96 To all those at MTV, I would like to start by thanking you all for the support you have given me over recent years and I am both grateful and flattered by the nominations that I have received for Best Male Artist. The air play given to both the Kylie Minogue and P. J. Harvey duets from my latest album Murder Ballads has not gone…

zombiesenelghetto: “ Joey Ramone and Debbie Harry, Mutant Beach Monster Party, photo by Tom Hearn 1977 “ “This picture were taken on the location; of the opening scene, which was the street just outside the door of Chris and Debbies loft. Blondie Debbie Harry, Ramones, Joey Ramone, Beatles, Punk Magazine, Mazzy Star, Cinema, The Clash, Post Punk

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Janis Joplin “Some girls they want to collect their men, They wear 'em like notches on a gun. Oh honey, but I know better than that, I know that a woman only needs one.” -Janis Joplin “One Good Man” Acid Rock, Music Rock, My Music, Music Stuff, Janis Joplin Frases, Rock And Roll, Jimi Hendricks, Rainha Do Rock, Beatles

Janis Joplin talks about rejection four days before she died in 1970

“In my insides, it really hurts if someone doesn’t like me. It’s silly.” Listen to Janis Joplin’s final interview—where she shows a more vulnerable side—with Howard Smith of The Village Voice on September 30, 1970. This was recorded just four days before Joplin died from a heroin overdose at the Landmark Motor Hotel in Hollywood. Joplin talks about rejection and why some women may have disliked or been intimidated by her strong female rock persona. Previously on Dangerous Minds: Kozmic…

thurston moore with a Patti Smith record Music Icon, My Music, Music Stuff, Celebrity Skin, New Wave, Patti Smith, Wild Hearts, Classic Rock, Punk Rock

My Best Unbeaten Brother.

opalescentluminescent: “ Hi Thurston. ”

Sly Stone and Kathy Silva wearing their wedding outfits designed by Halston, June 1974 Music Icon, Soul Music, Indie Music, Sly Stone, Afro, The Family Stone, Vintage Black Glamour, Musica Popular, Madison Square

‘Wear Something Gold’: Sly Stone’s 1974 wedding at Madison Square Garden

Sly Stone and Kathy Silva in their Halston wedding garb The wedding ceremony of Sly Stone and Kathy Silva at Madison Square Garden on June 5, 1974, is one of the more peculiar pop culture extravaganzas I’m aware of, yet neither YouTube nor Google Images yield very much at all. At the time however, it was considered an event of some significance. Rolling Stone dedicated a two-page spread to the event, and—this is utterly crazy—the normally staid and upper-middlebrow New Yorker ran a…

Elton John and Barry White. Bear hugs from Barry. Music Icon, Soul Music, Music Is Life, Pop Rock, Rock And Roll, Musica Popular, Galveston, Jazz, Foto Art

Dangerous Finds: Junk island aimed at US; Flesh-eating platypus; New Marvel superhero is Muslim girl

Texas-sized floating island containing one million tonnes of junk from Japan tsunami drifting towards US - The Independent Two billion planets in our galaxy may be suitable for life - The Guardian Former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley has slammed Gene Simmons for comparing him and ex-drummer Peter Criss to cancer - Classic Rock Magazine Watch After the Ball, the 1897 “adult” film by pioneering director Georges Méliès (NSFW-ish) - Open Culture The world’s least known cat has been caught on…

1981 - young Henry Rollins, back when he worked at a Häagen-Dazs in Washington. From the book ‘Punk Love’ by Susie J. Horgan- this is the cutest thing I've ever seen Henry Rollins, Dangerous Minds, Music Icon, My Music, Music Stuff, Music Notes, Young Henrys, New Wave, Renaissance Men

Henry Rollins working at Häagen-Dazs, 1981

Fun photos of Henry Rollins (and Ian MacKaye) back when he worked at a Häagen-Dazs, circa 1981. Apparently Henry was a model employee at his Washington D.C. area Häagen-Dazs franchise. He was promoted to assistant manager! More images available like this in the book Punk Love by Susie J. Horgan. Previously on Dangerous Minds: Listen to Henry Rollins and Ian MacKaye’s 2-hour DJ set on KCRW Via BuzzFeed

A very young Bela Lugosi portraying Christ on stage on Broadway. This was a few years before Dracula Ridiculous Pictures, Lon Chaney Jr, Hollywood Actor, Old Hollywood Movies, Hollywood Glamour, Classic Hollywood, Studio Portraits, Dracula, Movie Stars

Bela Lugosi as Jesus Christ

“I am Jesus…I bid you welcome…” Whether Bela Lugosi said that, I dunno, but I do know that in 1909, the young Bela was cast as Jesus Christ in a production of the Easter passion play. And doesn’t he look good? With his robe, crown of thorns and flowing locks. The young Bela thought so too, and had several studio portrait photographs taken of himself as Jesus. Whether he invited audience members to drink his blood or eat his flesh is unknown. H/T Patheos, Completely Unproductive…