“When you start putting pen to paper, you see a side of your personal truth that doesn't otherwise reveal itself in conversation or thought.”Hello everyone my name is Peter and I'm 25. Music is LIFE! "Where words fail music speaks" I am one of those people who believes that everything happens for a reason. I am here to share my story and random moments. I want to find out what kind of things I may have in common with others. God Bless and Hope you like my page and will follow!
Reblogged from hetfieldsbiggestfan
“Cliff was a total anomaly. To this day, I’m still trying to figure out everything I experienced with him. He was a bass player and played like a bassist. But, fucking hell, a lot of guitar sounds came out of it. He wrote a lot of guitar-centric runs. He always carried around a small acoustic guitar that was downtuned. I remember one time I picked it up and was like, ‘What is this thing even tuned to, like C?’ He explained that he liked it like that because he could really bend the strings. He would always come up with harmonies on that acoustic guitar. I would be sitting there playing my guitar and he’d pick up his bass and immediately start playing a harmony part. And he would also sing harmonies. I remember THE EAGLES would come on the radio and he would sing all the harmony parts, never the root.” - Kirk Hammett
Reblogged from emptycoliseum
January 20, 1997 -
Sting debut his now famous rafter entrance live on Monday Nitro at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. On this night, he would make a (short lived) alliance with fellow free agent, Randy Savage. As a twelve year boy at the time, watching live, this was one of the coolest things I had ever seen in wrestling at this point. Hey, what can I say? I’ve always been a sucker for a great entrance. Not to mention, I’ll always be a little Stinger at heart.