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.
The two limited edition posters created by the Colby Poster Printing Company for the semi-secret Jane’s Addiction Cinco de Mayo show at The Bardot in Hollywood can now be bought online. These posters were printed in limited quantities and given to the band to give away. A handful of people who were at the front of the line, after waiting out front all day, at The Bardot were given a copy of the all-yellow poster, while a very limited number of people were given the gradient version. Both posters are printed on heavy card stock. You can order those posters from Dance Right at the following links:
This is part 3 in a 4 part article series about our trip out to L.A. to see Jane’s Addiction. Look for the conclusion in part 4 tomorrow.
Thursday morning, my internal alarm clock woke me up around 7am PDT. So I proceeded to go through the pictures I took at The Bardot. I knew there were a ton of them; I just didn’t know how many turned out. Well in the end, I had well over 300 new pictures on the camera. Unfortunately, around two-thirds to three-quarters were unusable. Of course that left well over 80 that were okay, and after I took out some redundant images and personal shots, I had 75 to upload to JanesAddiction.org. Continue reading →
This is part 2 in a 4 part article series about our trip out to L.A. to see Jane’s Addiction. Sorry for the delay in posting this. Look for part 3 sometime tomorrow.
Mike and I were introduced to the guy who runs The Bardot, a nice guy who gets us some free drinks. He mentions that he wants to help get the hardcore Jane’s fans into the VIP section right up by the stage and mentions the possibility of us getting to pull a few fans that we know into the VIP section. Unfortunately that didn’t pan out, and I am guessing it was in the end due to the VIP section being pretty full with the regular guests. We’d really hoped to get Barton in there with us, as he is pretty much as old school of a Jane’s fan as you can get. He was still able to secure a spot right up by Duff. So in the end it all worked out. Continue reading →
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 →
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.
According to the Consequence of Sound, Wednesday’s surprise Jane’s Addiction show will be taking place at the Bardot in Hollywood. The 21+ ages show is free, but will be limited in attendance to the first 100 fans in line. Perry Farrell confirmed this via Twitter and Facebook early this morning. This will be a short, 5 song set by the band, and the live debut of Duff McKagan as a member of Jane’s Addiction.
The Bardot is located at 1737 Vine St. in Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA. Doors open at 10pm PDT.