Jose is one of those musicians who’s resume is hard to keep track of simply because it’s so extensive. He was a touring and session musician for bands MXPX and The Bunny The Bear (Victory Records). He is also the founding member of The Absentee Ballot,
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The king of the 90’s grunge scene, Kurt Cobain, shocked everyone at the ’92 VMA’s when he began singing “Rape Me” (the ONE song MTV asked him not to play) before a very confused band paused and began playing “Lithium”. Krist Novoselic knocking himself out with
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Claymation versions of famous people battling it out in a wrestling ring until some kind of brutal death similar to that of a finishing move from Mortal Kombat? That’s not an acid trip or a nightmare, that’s just late ’90’s T.V. Celebrity Deathmatch first aired in
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According to Kanye West, he wasn’t joking when he nearly crashed the stage ahead of Beck’s album of the year speech. For a moment, it looked like West would repeat his infamous Taylor Swift interruption at the 2009 VMAs, but he aborted with a smile.