James Brown’s dance moves don’t mean what you think they mean.
This week for BuzzFeed News, Tim Murphy visits the Pacific Northwest, where new communities made up of tiny homes are providing some with an alternative to homelessness. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.
Watch three really weird guys perform the funniest misheard lyrics from music history. #wetdreamtomato
Sex, polls, and rock n’ roll.
We look back in celebration of the 45th anniversary of the legendary festival and the rerelease of the documentary Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music on blu-ray.
♫ And I, eeee-I, will always love-WHO? ♫
Roses really smell like purple haze.
Plus the Tetris diet, one major first-impression mistake you could be making, and Dennis Rodman chats about his adventures in North Korea.
Plus “The Soup” decodes “True Detective,” the LEGO version of Ellen’s selfie, and sex tips from Martha Stewart.
The iconic rock legend reflected not just on his past, but on his hopes for the future.
Or, at least, the process of deciding who wins and who doesn’t is very, very complicated.
The 60’s was a great time to be alive.
In 1969, the iconic rock legend appeared in a fashion spread in the venerable teen magazine. And yes, it was kinda weird.
“To me, you walk around with a Klan hat on or you’ve got a swastika on your arm, you just look like a dope, you know what I mean?”
Hendrix looks very cool, but it’s the guy in the front row that makes this photo great.
Blood. Fire. Giant hamster balls. These performers are legendary for going nuts onstage, and you’re about to see why.
Do you regularly trash hotel rooms after a night of excessive debauchery? Take this quiz to find out.
When your ability to make arts & crafts doesn’t exactly match your obsessive fandom. Happy nightmares!
Some say it’s better to burn out than fade away. But what if these stars had stayed around just a little bit longer?
British designer Christophe Gowans answers the question: “What if best-selling albums had been books instead?”
“Jesus isn’t here. It’s Jimi Hendrix.”
Musicians have been trying to sneak references to getting high into their songs for years. Here are some very famous examples. What did we miss?
These folks did right by America! “The Star Spangled Banner” doesn’t always sound great, but when it does, it will give you chills.
The rapper is set to play Jimi for an upcoming bio-pic. Did he grow out his hair for this, or is that a wig?
Amy Winehouse is the latest to join the unfortunate ranks of the 27 Club, that group of musicians who all eerily died at the age of 27. Here are some of the notable members of the club you really don’t want to belong to. Sadly, this is only a small sampling of the roster of the 27 Club.
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Amy Winehouse is the latest famous musician to join a long list of legendary recording artists who also shuffled off this mortal coil at the all too young age of 27. Here are 19 others who are also part of the tragically known 27 Club.
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Created by Ed Chapman, Jimi was auctioned off last month (sold for £23,000) at the Cancer Research UK’s Sound & Vision event at Abbey Road Studios.
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Christina Aguilera blowing the lyrics to “The National Anthem” hath wrought a new meme. There’s a template at the bottom, so get to mutilating those songs and posting them in the comments!
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To get your day started on the right foot (barf), here’s a collection of the foot fetish photos and videos purportedly starring Michelle Ryan, wife of Jets coach Rex Ryan. The NSFW stuff, which goes beyond quaint shoe worship and into pure porn, can be found at Media Takeout.
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