The following was just sent out through the official Jane’s Addiction mailing list:
JANE’S ADDICTION RETURN TO LOS ANGELES
OCTOBER 3 and 4
Back in April of 1989 Jane’s Addiction played a series of legendary shows at Los Angeles’ historic John Anson Ford Theatre. Now on October 3 and 4, 2011, front man Perry Farrell, guitarist Dave Navarro and drummer Stephen Perkins, along with Chris Chaney on bass, will return to this historic venue teaming up with Citi to play their ground-breaking classics and launch their long awaited new album, THE GREAT ESCAPE ARTIST, due out Tuesday, October 18 on Capitol Records.
Presale: Citi Cardholders can get their tickets beginning on Tuesday, Sept 20 @ 10am pacific at www.citiprivatepass.com
Onsale: Saturday, Sept 24 @ ticketmaster.com
The following was sent out by Jane’s Addiction’s official fan mailing list. Note the Great Escape Artist is now due out on October 18:
JANE’S ADDICTION TO RETURN TO INTIMATE CLUB SHOWS
On November 23 and 25, 1988, alternative rock pioneers JANE’S ADDICTION took to the stage of Chicago’s legendary Metro—the city’s destination for exciting new music–to launch their seminal, ground-breaking album Nothing’s Shocking. On September 24 and 25, 2011, frontman Perry Farrell, guitarist Dave Navarro and drummer Stephen Perkins, along with Chris Chaney on bass, will return to the venue partnering with Citi to launch their newest offering, THE GREAT ESCAPE ARTIST, now due out Tuesday, October 18 via Capitol.
These Chicago dates mark the start of a one-of-a-kind series of two-night stands that will also take place in New York and Los Angeles. Citi® cardmembers will have access to presale tickets for the Chicago Metro shows beginning Tuesday, September 6th at 10AM central time through Citi’s Private Pass® Program. For complete presale details including exclusive VIP packages, custom launch show merchandise and unique opportunities to interact with the band visit www.citiprivatepass.com.
Tickets go on sale for the Chicago Metro shows on Saturday September 10. Keep checking www.citiprivatepass.com, www.JanesAddiction.com and www.facebook.com/JanesAddiction for ticket information on Los Angeles and New York.
The idea of big bands playing small rooms is always a special experience for the fans, but for JANE’S ADDICTION, this will also take them back to re-play some of their early classic shows in legendary clubs. JANE’S 1988 two night stand at the Cabaret Metro for Nothing’s Shocking are still considered by many Chicagoans as some of the greatest rock club shows of all time.
The JANE’S ADDICTION Small Club Room Dates Are:
9/24 Chicago, IL Metro
9/25 Chicago, IL Metro
10/3 Los Angeles, CA TBA
10/4 Los Angeles, CA TBA
10/17 New York, NY TBA
10/18 New York, NY TBA
Jane’s Addiction announced tonight that they will be performing at a special show for the fans on July 2nd in Hollywood. We’ll pass along venue details and ticket info as soon as we can.
Dave Navarro posted the following on his 6767 site:
We in Jane’s Addiction have done several intimate LA shows over the past year or so… Little places with 100 or so tickets set aside for the fans. It was tough for a lot of fans to get in even after waiting all day for entry. With all of our friends and family in LA, it’s sometimes hard to accommodate everybody. Well it looks like we are doing another show and we have decided to make this show an event that is mainly for the fans. We are going to strip back the guest list, inviting only our immediate loved ones and let the majority of tickets be made available to the people who have given us so much over the years, the fans.
This show will be in Hollywood on July 2. Ticket information will be made available soon.
As predicted, Jane’s Addiction played Been Caught Stealing and Mountain Song at Activision’s E3 event at the Staples Center in Los Angeles last night. We’d previously described it as a Guitar Hero event, but the event was actually celebrating all of Activision’s upcoming titles including DJ Hero and Call of Dudy: Spec-Ops.
Jane's Addiction at Activision's E3 Event
The show’s lineup was as follows:
DJ Z-Trip, David Guetta, Deadmau5, Usher with an appearance by will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas, Maynard Keenan of Tool (backed by a full orchestra), Jane’s Addiction, Chris Cornell (backed by a full orchestra), N*E*R*D, Rihanna, Eminem.
Tony Hawk also appeared on stage to promote his upcoming game. You can check out a review of the show here. You can also check out the forums for pictures and discussion about this show.
AltSounds has posted an article about the official announcement of the upcoming Jane’s Addiction DVD and Blu-Ray titled Live Voodoo. Set to be released on August 30, 2010, this video will feature the Jane’s Addiction 2009 Halloween concert at Voodoo Fest in City Park in New Orleans, LA. This video will feature the entire concert, as all thirteen songs performed are included in the disc’s track list.
The disc will also include bonus footage of 1% and Ocean Size filmed in Los Angeles in the fall of 2008, and a featurette from the NME Awards show as well as a photo gallery.
Check out the entire article after the jump.
Continue reading ‘Jane’s Addiction – Live Voodoo Announced’
Remember when we told you that the band was taping their performance at The Bardot? Well, they were kind enough to pass this along to us to share with all of you. Official HD live footage of Jane’s Addiction performing Ain’t No Right, live at their Cinco de Mayo show at The Bardot in Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA. Check it out:
This video was directed by Todd Newman, who is a part of Dave Navarro’s Dark Matter Radio.
This is part 1 in a 4 part article series about our trip out to L.A. to see Jane’s Addiction. We’re posting one part per day over the next four days.
How do two guys who live near the Great Lakes get out to Los Angeles to see Jane’s Addiction? By going to North Carolina of course! Well, that’s at least what Mike and I did. We met up at the airport in Charlotte, NC for our flight to LAX. Thanks to a little bit of seat switching, Mike and I were able to sit together. We were both groggy from lack of sleep, but we were excited at what the day would bring. We had five and a half hours to talk Jane’s and make our plans for our two-day adventure in L.A. Of course not all our plans would work out, but neither of us is complaining. This was the start of an amazing journey.
Continue reading ‘Cinco de Mayo Jane’s Addiction Style (Pt. 1)’
We will be covering tonight’s Jane’s Addiction show, and hopefully posting some mobile updates from the Bardot before and right after the concert. So keep your eyes peeled, and maybe check out our twitter feed for some other mobile goodies.
edit – fixed the venue typo, sorry, I’m going on about 3hrs of sleep