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Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Singer, songwriter and guitarist Jerry Cantrell is shown performing on stage during a "live" concert appearance with Alice In Chains. Skip to main content. Arrives: Aug 20 - Usually ships within 6 to 10 days. Add to Cart. Secure transaction. Your transaction is secure.
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Jerry Fulton Cantrell Jr. After Staley's death in , Cantrell took the role of Alice in Chains' lead singer on most of the songs from the band's post-Staley albums, Black Gives Way to Blue , The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here and Rainier Fog , [13] [14] with DuVall harmonizing with him in the new songs and singing Staley's vocals in the old songs in live concerts. After Cantrell learned to write, he documented his goal on Dr. Cantrell's father, Jerry Sr. Cantrell moved back with his mother to Spanaway where he attended junior high. It was scary church music. When Alice in Chains' first album went gold , Cantrell sent both teachers a gold record. Cantrell picked up a guitar for the first time when he was in sixth grade. His maternal grandmother, Dorothy Krumpos, died of cancer in October , [43] and his mother Gloria died of pancreatic cancer at age 43 in April , when Cantrell was 21 years old. The first album that Cantrell owned was Elton John Greatest Hits , [45] which was a gift he received from his father when he was 10 years old.
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Jerry Cantrell born March 18, is an American musician who is best known as the founder, lead guitarist, co-lead vocalist and main songwriter for the rock band Alice in Chains. There should be a little mystery and magic to life, and also people should have a little bit of privacy. Everybody deserves a little bit of that. I'm not on Twitter. I don't think anybody needs to know anything more about me than what they see on the stage or what they listen to on the record, pretty much. I'm not that interesting. The first time I heard Bleach , I hated it. I can say the same for a lot of my favorite all-time records. It was like, "This guy fucking sucks. He can't play guitar, blah blah blah.
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Jerry Cantrell born March 18, is an American musician who is best known as the founder, lead guitarist, co-lead vocalist and main songwriter for the rock band Alice in Chains. There should be a little mystery and magic to life, and also people should have a little bit of privacy. Everybody deserves a little bit of that. I'm not on Twitter. I don't think anybody needs to know anything more about me than what they see on the stage or what they listen to on the record, pretty much. I'm not that interesting. The first time I heard Bleach , I hated it.

I can say the same for a lot of my favorite all-time records. It was like, "This guy fucking sucks. He can't play guitar, blah blah blah. One particular listen at one time, and everything changed — I'm like, "Oh, I get it. I fucking get it. These guys are great. I didn't see a whole lot of their gigs. I remember the guys in the band [Alice in Chains] were really stoked on it — Layne [Staley] and Sean [Kinney] really liked it a lot. I was a little bit hesitant — it took me a couple more "bites" to realize that I loved it [laughs].

I thought it was amazing. It was a serious step up from the record before. It was like three or four steps up. We all partied, man, so to point the finger at [Layne] — might as well point the finger at all of us. Unfortunately, he's the lead singer, and the lyrical content of what he was writing — he was putting it out there. I always thought that was very brave of him, and I always stood behind that.

It's the type of thing that we always supported ourselves in — going all the way with it, whether it was good or bad. I mean about expressing it artistically. We dicked around — I don't think none of us can say we didn't try it, in one form or another. I was first introduced to it in Europe on one of our first tours. There was, like, two days missing that I don't remember very clearly — except all of us being very ill on a bus. I guess it's something that spoke to Layne, but his experience wasn't anything different than ours.

We all had our little vices. If you fuck around with that long enough, it's going to turn on you. Schedules in music, I know people have done it and say you need an album out by this date and you're talking about album tour, it can burn you out quickly. It did with our band. We've been fortunate to be partnered up with companies that respect the process. We're never really forced to make music.

If it doesn't happen, then it doesn't. When I write, I'm usually hating it, not feeling really balanced, and my way to speak is through my music. Instead of keeping feelings inside, all twisted up, we let it out in the music. It's out of your body, out of your soul, and spoken.

Taking something that's ugly and making it beautiful is something that's interest to me. I think Dirt it's a dark album and very harsh, but I also think it's beautiful as hell. I'm really into duality. You have to have positives and negatives. I guess that's what we do subconsciously. There's that word again! People's perceptions get very distorted. We do what we do, and we live life the way we live it. We're searching ourselves a lot on Dirt, but the songs are not all personal diaries or our personal horrors.

We did a lot of soul searching on this album. There's a lot of intense feelings. We've had some interesting and some hard times. We had a great year last year, but along with success come some of the darker things. With this record we've crossed another hurdle; we've grown a little bit more. Success has changed our personal lives tremendously, and not at all. From the time we started six years ago, we've gone from living in rehearsal halls with rats to living together in one-room apartments, to having our own places.

On the other side, we're always on the road so we never get on enjoy it. We pop all our ideas in a mixing bowl and see what comes out. We caught flack for being a druggie band. People who thought we were aimless heroin addicts were missing the whole point. When I was a kid, I had a little Dr. Seuss My Book About Me book. I would fill it in, and in the section about what you want to be when you grow up, there were pictures of policemen, firemen, and stuff.

Mine said 'rock star'! It's difficult to do interviews - it's hard to talk about it [Layne Staley's death]. I'm just thankful to have a tour and work - something I can focus on. The shows I played between the time I got the word about Layne and Layne's funeral were very important to me in terms of being able to continue on. It's one of those things where if you take a break and allow things to settle in, it might be harder to get up again.

I miss him tremendously. I love him and have to move on. I'll remember him and respect the memories of what we did together and just enjoy life There are two things you never want to get into a conversation or argument about: politics and religion. Read a fucking paper. The human element seems to fuck it up. Those are all pretty good ideas. And most of your major religions have those things as basic tenets of the belief system.

It always amazes me that some of the most hateful and hurtful things are done in the name of some sort of belief system. He's my absolute best friend. I've never been committed to anything for this long through the good and the bad.

And we're still doing this, which says a lot. It's meaningful. Jimi Hendrix is one of our local heroes in Seattle, and we only have a handful. He walked the same streets than we did. Interestingly enough, he had to come over here [The UK] to break out. We were always proud to be from the same town that he came from. I remember in the very early days of this band [Alice in Chains], we would drive to the cemetery, go to his grave and crack a few beers or whatever.

We knew that a lot of people did that too. So if we were low on weed, we could probably show up and always find at least a joint or two Which we did more than a couple of times too [laughs]! People would leave guitar picks, half burnt roaches, sometimes full joints.

And we would hang out with Jimi and smoke the pot that people left on his grave. He was a phenomenal guitar player. Are You Experienced? And I still think it's the best. He was an innovator, he was extremely unique.

He had a uniqueness that passed the test of time. And the only other guy, for me personally, to make that sort of a change, another guitar player of the same calibre that I kind of acknowledge as "this guy is the fucking shit!

That was really hard to do because nobody gave a fuck unless you were from New York or LA. That afforded us opportunities to take it to the next level and we took advantage of that, but first and foremost it was about making great music.

A big part of life is learning how to deal with loss. We're not in this to win awards.



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