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John shares a song for his friend Wayne, who just passed away

April 8, 2013 65 Responses

John just blogged, for the second time in 2013, sharing a song he’d just recorded for his friend Wayne Forman, who sadly passed away before having a chance to hear it. You can download the 102 Mb file from his official website and. while you’re at it, read John’s memories of Wayne.

Get a JF print and help Hurricane Sandy victims

John Frusciante - by Justin Borucki April 5, 2013 15 Responses

Justin Borucki is selling limited-edition prints of his photos of musicians, including a nice one of John. A portion of the of proceeds from the 8.5 x 11 print will benefit relief organizations serving the people and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. All prints are hand-numbered and signed by the photographer.

See more photos from the 2012 photo session

John Frusciante - by Mike Piscitelli, July 2012 April 4, 2013 18 Responses

For all of you who liked the 2012 photo session for PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone and Letur-Lefr and generally are into photos, whether for the sake of art or something else; you might be pleased to know that Mike Piscitelli has a bunch of photos of John from that session uploaded to his website…

John plays piano and organ on Amanda Jo Williams’ album out next month

Amanda Jo Williams - You're The Father of My Songs April 1, 2013 12 Responses

A mother of three children with three albums behind her already and a Neurotic Yell Records signee, Amanda Jo Williams is releasing her fourth album, You Are The Father Of My Songs, next month and for now, you can hear 40-second-samples. John is playing piano and organ; pre-orders are open.

Happy 43rd birthday to John!

March 5, 2013 79 Responses

This might be a lame piece of text, as it’s the 9th time it’s being written here – sorry for lack of originality, make sure you respect and love the person who brought us all together and who graces our lives with his beautiful and edgy music! Happy birthday, John!

John named the coolest member of an otherwise uncool band

Cool vs. uncool? March 4, 2013 19 Responses

Sound City, one of the Village Voice blogs, has compiled an unusual list of the six coolest members of “otherwise uncool bands”. John topped the list, in their editors’ opinion, followed by former bassists of The Replacements, now a member of new Guns n’ Roses, Tommy Stinson.

More from Danny Carey on possibly working with John

Carrey, Key & Frusciante February 18, 2013 8 Responses

Danny Carey responds briefly to a question concerning possible work with John in the future, in an interview otherwise concering Tool’s new album and tour plans, for the New Zealand-based radio station, The Rock FM.

A feature on John in April 2013 issue of Vintage Guitar

Vintage Guitar, April 2013 February 14, 2013 14 Responses

April 2013 issue of Vintage Guitar magazine has a column discussing John; and they’re recommending it to people looking to expand their lick repertoire and teach their fingers some new things. Intriguing? It probably is worth attention, given how awesome their feature on the maestro was four years ago!

BigBoi lists The Empyrean among his favourite albums

The Empyrean cover art January 21, 2013 19 Responses

BigBoi, formerly of Outkast, was asked to list his 25 favourite albums ever for the website One of his favourites is John’s The Empyrean. While he’s not 100% sure about some of the details, he sure loves it. He believes it’s an album to conceive a child to, even.

Danny Carey On Possibilty Of Working With John

Carrey, Key & Frusciante January 17, 2013 7 Responses

In an interview for the February 2013 issue of UK-based drum magazine Rhythm, Danny Carey of Tool talks about his project with cEvin Key of Skinny Poppy. At some point, he mentions that John might be playing guitar with them. Some industrial after all these eclectic styles? Yes, please!

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