My god…the energy.
I swear if I see one more person on instagram post that shopped picture of Kurt and Layne..
It’s upsetting how accidents can sometimes deprive us of someone. Twelve years later and it’s still painful when Mr. Staley’s name is mentioned. It is still a heartbreaking loss, a situation in which a beautiful, intelligent and very talented man was taken away from us. I feel like Layne left thinking he had lived to the fullest by creating such an amazing legacy. I sure wish this is how he feels.
However he left us, however tormented he was, Layne Staley will be missed till the very end. His soul, just like his voice, lives on.
Alice in Chains really guide me to better places & when I have no one to turned to, they’ve always been there.
August 22, 1967 — April 5, 2002
Rest In peace my dear
I’m getting my Layne tattoo tomorrow. I honestly didn’t plan it to be on this day but I guess it makes it all the more special.
Layne and Jerry <3
My tax check will be here soon and I am definitely buying a new car, which is always nice but I am more excited for my Layne tattoo. I really believe that if he were around to see the permanent art some of us choose to put on our bodies he would feel humbled, grateful, but probably a little weirded out. Sorry, Layne, but I’m not sorry. You live within and you will also live with me, on my skin and in my heart until my days are through. I love you.
I found this text somewhere.
The recording of Dirt began in the spring of 1992. Producer Dave Jerden, who had previously worked with the band on their debut, Facelift, wanted to work with them again. He admired vocalist Layne Staley’s lyrics and voice, and lead guitarist…
I vowed to always reblog glam Layne and this is a perfect example of why. LOVE HIM.