Perry Farrell


Perry Farrell, Taylor Hawkins, Elliot Easton, & David Bryan – “Mend”

Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell has his own project called Kind Heaven Orchestra and he’s recruited a couple notable names to play on his new single “Mend.” Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins, the Cars’ Elliot Easton, and Bon Jovi’s David Bryan all contributed to the track. Here’s how Farrell framed the song in a statement: “I’ve tried to reach through his ribcage and examine the heart of a good friend. Tried to empathize with what he was going through. I tried to mend my friend.” Check it out below.

SPIN Presents Lipps Service With Guest Perry Farrell

SPIN is partnering with Scott Lipps to bring to you SPIN Presents Lipps Service. The acclaimed podcast has featured many of the biggest voices and personalities in music, including exclusive interviews with Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis, David Lee Roth, Shepard Fairey, Courtney Love, Dove Cameron and many, many more.
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Tom Morello Wishes 'Very Special Friend' Perry Farrell Happy Birthday

By the time Rage Against the Machine formed in 1991, Jane's Addiction had already signed to Warner Bros. Records and released two studio albums. Both bands hailed from Los Angeles, and Jane's frontman Perry Farrell championed the newcomers, adding them to the 1993 Lollapalooza lineup, where RATM famously stood in naked protest instead of playing music.

Perry Farrell Hopes ‘Lollapalooza’ Will Be Back This August

Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell remains hopeful Lollapalooza will return this summer. Last year, Perry, who co-founded the festival back in 1991 as a farewell tour for Jane's, launched a four-day livestream version of the festival, which in 2005 found a permanent home in Chicago. During a new chat with...
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Lollapalooza could return to Chicago ‘in some capacity’ this summer, according to Perry Farrell

Lollapalooza hasn't announced potential 2021 dates or a lineup, but according to festival co-founder Perry Farrell, there's a distinct possibility that the event could return to Chicago this summer. In a recent interview with iHeartRadio, Farrell explained, "If we can all stay on course, get vaccinated, stay socially distanced and masked up, maybe—please God, maybe—we’ll get to go to Chicago in early August in one capacity or another."

Perry Farrell wants Lollapalooza 2021 “in one capacity or another”

Lollapalooza founder and Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell says he is hopeful that Chicago will be able to experience the festival in 2021, he said in a recent interview:. “If we can all stay on course, get vaccinated, stay socially distanced and masked up, maybe — please, God, maybe —...
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Perry Farrell Reveals More Details About Lollapalooza’s Possible 2021 Return

Perry Farrell has revealed more details about Lollapalooza’s potential return in 2021. While speaking to iHeartRadio’s Jason Rockman, the Jane’s Addiction frontman/festival co-founder said he’s hopeful the festival will happen in some capacity this summer. “If we can all stay on course, get vaccinated, stay socially distanced and masked up,...