During a recent interview with Radio.com, Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme quoted his grandfather. It was good advice, and it has probably served him well over the years, because Homme is, if nothing else, different. Too sexy for the grunge scene, which was in full swing when his band emerged in the 1990s; too clever for an everyday metal band; and too macho for the twee indie-rock crowd. He and his band don’t really fit in anywhere.
For this installation of GRAMMY Gourmet, we spoke with Homme about his relationship with Bourdain, his favorite recipe (sorry folks, recipe’s secret), and advice for all those aspiring chefs out there.
Take notes, prospective festival promoters: Queens of the Stone Age aren’t about your extravagant gifts or questionable security procedures.
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For a band as big and established as Queens of the Stone Age, 2013 has proved to be quite the comeback year for frontman Josh Homme and company, following a six-year dry spell.
Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme roared into the parking lot of Los Angeles rock radio station KROQ recently astride a Harley Ultra Classic Electra Glide.
[lastfm]Queens Of The Stone Age[/lastfm] release a reissue of their 2000 album ‘Rated R’ , complete with a host of extra tracks. A second CD features The Queens Of the Stone Age’s 2000 Reading festival […]