Jerry Cantrell


Biffy Clyro, CHVRCHES, Jerry Cantrell and more join Roskilde line-up

The full line-up for this year's Roskilde Festival has been unveiled, with the likes of Biffy Clyro, CHVRCHES and Jerry Cantrell joining the bill. A total of 68 new acts have been announced for the Danish fest, taking the total amount of artists in music, art and activism to 290.
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Guitar World Magazine

Epiphone unveils two Jerry Cantrell signature models, the souped-up Prophecy and $849 “Wino” Les Paul Customs

Epiphone has teamed up with Jerry Cantrell for two fresh additions to his lineup of signature guitars: a considerably-more-affordable iteration of his hallowed “Wino” Les Paul Custom and a Fishman Fluence-equipped Prophecy Les Paul Custom. At first glance, the “Wino” Les Paul takes inspiration from Cantrell’s original Gibson...
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Alice in Chains’ Jerry Cantrell releases two signature guitars with Epiphone

Alice in Chains guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell has announced two new signature guitars in partnership with Epiphone. The newly launched instruments include the Jerry Cantrell “Wino” Les Paul Custom and the Les Paul Custom Prophecy. The Wino is inspired by Cantrell’s own beloved Les Paul, while the Prophecy is described as a “modern collaboration.”
Village Voice

Un-Chained, Jerry Cantrell Lightens Up with ‘Brighten’

The compelling darkness that infuses many of Jerry Cantrell’s songs seems nearly inevitable. There’s the idea that the often dreary weather of his Seattle hometown breeds musical gloom. And over the years he’s lost many friends to drug and mental health miseries, including Alice in Chains singer Layne Staley and the band’s former bassist Mike Starr. To say nothing of peers Chris Cornell, Kurt Cobain, Mark Lanegan, and more.
The Portland Mercury

FREE TICKETS TUESDAY: Enter to Win Tix to See Pedro the Lion, Anaïs Mitchell, and Jerry Cantrell!

Who's ready to see some shows? Well, the Mercury is here to help with FREE TICKETS TUESDAY—our way of saying thanks to our great readers and spread the word about some fantastic upcoming performances! (Psst... if you want to say thanks to the Mercury, please consider making a small monthly contribution to keep us alive and kickin'!) And oh boy, do we have some great shows going this week! CHECK 'EM OUT!

Journey, Lil Durk, Jerry Cantrell, Soul Rebels: music in New Orleans for April 14-20, 2022

Live music options in New Orleans for the week of April 14 include an assortment of midlevel touring acts ranging from rappers to a grunge guitarist, plus local favorites. Jazz pianist Jon Cowherd, a Kentucky native now based in New York, did part of his musical residency in New Orleans. He forged a long-running partnership with renowned drummer Brian Blade called the Fellowship Band. More recently, Cowherd has worked as an accompanist and/or arranger for the likes of Brandi Carlile, Cassandra Wilson, Norah Jones, Iggy Pop and Joni Mitchell; he’s also arranged for the Shreveport Orchestra and the Loyola University Symphony Orchestra. On Thursday at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., Cowherd will perform at Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro with an ensemble consisting of guitarist Steve Cardenas, bassist Tony Scherr and drummer Allan Mednard. Tickets are $35.

Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell cancels solo shows due to positive COVID-19 cases amid touring party

Alice in Chains‘ Jerry Cantrell has canceled two upcoming shows on his ongoing solo tour due to “some positive COVID-19 cases” amid members of his touring party. The affected dates include a stops in Orlando and St. Petersburg, Florida, originally scheduled for April 12 and 13. Those who bought tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.