Mark Lanegan

Moby’s New Album to Feature Mark Lanegan, the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne

Moby’s upcoming album, “Innocents,” will feature a collection of guest artists, including former Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan and Flaming Lips singer Wayne Coyne.
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Posted 03 Jul 2013 | Alternative, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Queens of the Stone Age’s New Album to Feature Screaming Trees’ Mark Lanegan

Screaming Trees’ Mark Lanegan will lend his vocals to Queens of the Stone Age’s upcoming album.
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Posted 29 Jan 2013 | Alternative, Music, Rock, Rock News | 0 Comments

Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan Reveals Love for Seattle Grunge

Guns N’ Roses bass player Duff McKagan has revealed that he’s actually a big fan of the Seattle sound, including grunge guy Mark Lanegan and Screaming Trees.
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Posted 02 Apr 2012 | Alternative, Grunge, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Mark Lanegan Talks Seattle Grunge Scene, Music Industry Shifts

Former Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan looks back on the “Seattle grunge scene” and gives his thoughts on the music industry’s evolution.
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Posted 02 Mar 2012 | Alternative, Grunge, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Former Screaming Trees Singer Mark Lanegan Books North American Tour

Feeling grungy? Former Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan has announced North American tour dates in support of his latest full-length album, “Blues Funeral.”
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Posted 23 Feb 2012 | Grunge, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Screaming Trees’ Mark Lanegan Readies Solo LP – 2012 New Album Outlook

Mark Lanegan cut his teeth in ‘80s and ‘90s grunge rock outfit Screaming Trees, and the singer is set to release his latest LP in 2012.
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Posted 31 Dec 2011 | Grunge, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Mark Lanegan Taps Queens of the Stone Age, Former Pearl Jam Members for New LP

Mark Lanegan, known for his work in 1980s and 1990s grunge outfit Screaming Trees, is set to release his latest album with his Mark Lanegan Band, Blues Funeral.
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Posted 08 Nov 2011 | Alternative, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments