October 29, 2007
One of the original members of the Wolfmother Forums and avid
spammer contributor, Cassie, was at a Linkin Park show last week, when Chris Cornell (who was supporting) suddenly announced that the next song he was singing would be with … Mr Stockdale.
In Cassie’s own words:
Chris cornell says “normally i sing this song with insert name, but im going to be singing with my good friend andrew” i was just like yeh yeh cool AND THEN i saw that ever noticable hair and OMG it was andrew stockdale..insane right!
so recap..i was sitting in my seat at a LINKIN PARK concert AND ANDREW SUNG AT IT
very proud to say his voice was right on the job, i went nuts, screaming crazily, getting very odd looks especially from the person i went with but hey it was an awesome surprise!
They sang one of the audioslave songs yeop
Not a bad turn of events (particularly after enduring Linkin Park – apologies to any fans!). Quite a beard too, eh?
October 13, 2007
[update] Having looked into this story a bit more it appears that it might be nothing more than something some idiot made up a year or more back, and it’s gradually spread around. I guess we will see in a month whether there is anything to it or not! In the meantime, take the post below with a pinch of salt …
Andrew and Chris are both included in a prestigious list of artists in an upcoming tribue album to Queen.
The song they are covering is “Tie your mother down” – quite appropriate!
Other top names include Axle Rose, Robbie Williams, Vince Neil, Tim Ripper Owens and Korey Clarke. I am sure that if the recording happens with all of those present, the Wolfmother boys will be beside themselves.
The full list of tracks and artists is as below:
- “Keep Yourself Alive” – Ellis Island
- “White Queen (As It Began)” – Cherie Currie
- “Tie Your Mother Down” – Andrew Stockdale and Chris Ross
- “Tenement Funster” – Robbie Williams
- “Let Me Entertain You” – Fee Waybill
- “Body Language” – Derek St. Holmes
- “Seven Seas Of Rhye” – Jimmy Eat World
- “Good Ol’ Fashion Lover Boy” – Clay Aiken
- “Calling All Girls” – Vince Neil
- “You Don’t Fool Me” – Flaming Lips
- “Party” – performed by Swing Cats ft. W. Axl Rose
- “Breakthru” – The Family
- “Rock It (Prime Jive)” – Korey Clarke
- “Sweet Lady” – Echocell
- “Spread Your Wings” – Tim Ripper Owens
- “We Will Rock You” – The Mighty Diamonds
- “We Are The Champions” – Judy Mowatt
- “Is This The World We Created….?” – Heaven 17 ft. Mike Love
- “God Save The Queen” – Simon Kirke & Brian May
“Rock n’ Royalty: A very special tribute to Queen – Various artists is released on November 11th.
October 7, 2007
Well it’s been a while since I posted news for a couple of reasons. One is that the band is primarily in the studio so there’s not a whole lot going on, but I’ve also been busy with life and work recently. So here’s the lowdown on recent happenings:
- Top of the newsworthy things to happen recently is the announcement that Wolfmother have been nominated for two ARIA awards this year, for best group and best single for Joker & The Thief. Last year the band took home three awards so good luck to the boys again this year! Shaking up the ceremony this year are dance act Sneaky Sound System with six nominations – against the gain of the usually rock dominated ARIAs.
- Wolfmother’s Joker & The Theif was featured in the recent movie Shoot ‘Em Up. I didn’t realise until I was at the cinema watching the film! Here’s a full list of movies that the band’s tracks have featured in (courtesy IMDB, link found by Justin)
- “Entourage” (2 episodes, 2006-2007)
– The Day Fuckers (2007) TV Episode (performer: “Apple Tree”)
– The Release (2006) TV Episode (performer: “Woman”)
- Shoot ‘Em Up (2007) (“The Joker and the Thief”)
- Shrek the Third (2007) (“Joker and the Thief”)
… aka Shrek 3 (Singapore: English title) (USA: working title)
… aka The Third (USA: promotional abbreviation)
- Spider-Man 3 (2007) (performer: “Pleased To Meet You”)
… aka Spider-Man 3: The IMAX Experience (USA: IMAX version)
- “House M.D.” (1 episode, 2007)
… aka House (USA: short title)
– Top Secret (2007) TV Episode (performer: “Dimension”)
- School for Scoundrels (2006) (performer: “Dimension”)
That’s it for now, more regular updates promised in future (assuming there is something to update you about … ).