Billy Idol and Josh Homme, last Saturday (February 15), celebrating Shepard
Fairey’s 50th Birthday
at Mack Sennett Studios in Los Angeles.
Shepard is known for being a street artist, graphic
designer, activist, illustrator, and founder of OBEY Clothing in the USA. Johnny also showed his new tattoo on his collarbone written “Res Ipsa Loquitur” “The thing speaks for itself” in Latin. Let’s talk a little bit about this
tattoo and meaning on the next post.
Johnny rocking onstage, last night (January 24) with Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Steven Tyler, during “MusiCares Person of the Year” honoring Aerosmith at West Hall at Los Angeles Convention Center, California.
Johnny was officially announced as one of performers at 2020 MusiCares!
Johnny will join his fellow vampires, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, and a lot of GRAMMY
Award-winning and nominees artists, such as Sammy Hagar, LeAnn Rimes, Luis
Fonsi, Ashley McBryde, Gavin DeGraw, Cheap Trick, Gary Clark Jr., Foo Fighters,
H.E.R., Jonas Brothers, Emily King, John Legend, John Mayer, and Yola.
Greg Phillinganes will be the musical director, with more additional guest
performers to be announced.
recognition of their considerable philanthropic efforts over five decades and
undeniable impact on American music history, the “2020 MusiCares Person of the
Year” Tribute Concert, one of the most prestigious events held during GRAMMY
Week, will honor Aerosmith on January 24, at 9 P.M. (Los Angeles Hour) at the Los
Angeles Convention Center
Johnny through the lens of Ross Halfin probable during the same photoshoot session realized last month.
Johnny is wearing a “rare” “1970s Fillmore West Middle Finger Staff Athletic Wear” by Mason, continuing his “hidden message” of wearing middle finger prints, and sometimes even doing the gesture. Details: The shirt is a purple crew jersey with yellow, white, and purple stripes on the collar and sleeves, probably cotton with a touch of poly. On the front, “Fillmore West” is in white letters, with a hand and the middle finger extended and a small “BG” for Bill Graham. Grahan was a German-American rock concert promoter who directed the Fillmore West, a historic rock and roll music venue in San Francisco, California, which became a famous place under his direction from 1968 to 1971.