JEORDIE WHITE | BASE TENDENCIES
A great new interview done by Paul Semel of the gaming website Global Gaming has been added to the Press page. Thanks, Paul, for the heads up. And to anyone who is a serious gamer, do check out the Global Gaming website, where there are lots more articles and information to be found.
Everyone have a happy and safe holiday, however you choose to celebrate it. As always, thanks for your support of this site throughout the year and, of course, for your support of Jeordie!
Two new photos have been added to the Candid gallery.
It has recently been brought to my attention that there is yet another page on myspace.com which has apparently been set up in an attempt to lure the fans into thinking it is Jeordie. You should first be aware that Jeordie has publicly stated in a recent chat with the Spiral (NIN) fan club that he DOES NOT have a myspace account. Additionally, although www.myspace.com/jwbasetendencies appears to be dormant for the moment, due to the use of the Base Tendencies name on this particular page, I would like to publicly state at this time, before any confusion sets in, that neither myself nor this website is in any way affiliated with this myspace page. This site is not represented on myspace.com in any way, nor do I have plans to set up a page on myspace.com at any time in the future. Anyone attempting to affiliate themselves with this site on myspace or any similar website, is doing so under false pretenses.
A new interview which appears in the Winter 2005 issue of German magazine Wahrschauer has been added to the Press page. A big thanks goes out to kurai for translating the article from German to English.
Also, it has come to light that NIN's appearance in Miami, FL on 3.18.06 will actually be a part of the Global Gathering festival, which also features performances by Rob Zombie and Avenged Sevenfold, among others. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by going to this location.
The Media page has been updated with several Amboog.A.Lard vintage performance and behind-the-scenes video clips. Once again, thanks go out to Barry Alpert for providing the footage. The NIN Live gallery has also been updated with four new photos. Thanks to Victoria Wesson for the Reno shots.
Nine Inch Nails have announced another new tour stop at the County Coliseum in El Paso, TX on 3.30.06. Ticket info will be forthcoming.
Nine Inch Nails performance tonight at the KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas show in Los Angeles will be available via webcast on KROQ's official website. The webcast begins at 4:30 and, in addition to live performances, will also feature interviews with the bands performing. If you wish only to view NIN's performance, they are scheduled to take the stage at 8:30 p.m., however these times are subject to change so you should probably log on a little earlier. For more information go here.
This is another one that's yet to be announced at nin.com, but the band will be performing in Milwaukee, WI at The Rave on 2.11.06. Tickets will go on sale at 10:00 a.m. on 12.17.05 at The Rave's box office (414-342-RAVE) and through Ticketmaster.
A video of Jeordie's 4.24.02 guest appearance with Mondo Generator at the Troubadour nightclub in Hollywood is available for viewing at this location. "Ode To Clarissa" was directed by Robert Sexton, who's website is hollywoodasylum.com. This video originally appeared on Mondo Generator's now out-of-print DVD entitled "A Tour That Never Existed".
Finally, the Candid photo gallery has been updated with a fan photo from Fresno, CA. Thanks to Deadlyne for sending it in and Nikki for allowing it to be used. Having not seen these before, I've also updated the Manson live gallery with two photos from the 1997 Dynamo Open Air Festival (scroll down to the "Portrait" section). Thanks to Hahn Jerome for sending them in.
Three more dates have been confirmed by nin.com as follows:
3.18.05 - Miami, FL - Bicentennial Park
3.23.05 - Corpus Christi, TX - Concrete Street Ampitheatre
3.24.05 - Austin, TX - Frank Irwin Center
Ticket info on all three is TBA.
Nine Inch Nails will be playing the Pershing Center in Lincoln, NE on 2.17.06. Tickets go on sale 12.9.05 @ 10:00 a.m. through Ticketmaster.
Though it's not yet listed on nin.com's Performance page, two more dates on the 2006 North American tour have been uncoverd. NIN have been confirmed to play the Alltel Arena in Little Rock, AR on 3.21.06. Tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster on 12.9.05 at 10:00 a.m. They have also just been confirmed to perform at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City, OK on 3.28.06. Tickets for this one also go on sale 12.9.05 at 10:00 a.m. through Ticketmaster. More dates are expected to be announced in the next couple of days.
NIN's Performance page has been updated with new tour dates for 2006. They are as follows:
2.10.06 – Champaign, IL – Assembly Hall (on sale 12.10)
2.12.06 – Moline, IL – Mark of the Quad (on sale 12.10)
2.14.06 – Green Bay, WI – Resch Center (on sale 12.9)
2.16.06 – Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena (on sale TBA)
2.18.06 – Kansas City, MO – Kemper Arena (on sale 12.17)
2.20.06 – Grand Rapids, MI – Deltaplex (on sale 12.10)
2.21.06 – Toledo, OH – Sports Arena (on sale 12.10)
2.23.06 – Fort Wayne, IN – Allen City Memorial Coliseum (on sale 12.10)
2.24.06 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena (on sale 12.10)
2.25.06 – Cincinatti, OH – US Bank Arena (on sale 12.10)
2.27.06 – Amherst, MA – Mullins Center (on sale 12.9)
2.28.06 – Portland, ME – Cumberland County Civic Center (on sale 12.10)
3.2.06 – Quebec City, QC – Colisee Pepsi (on sale 12.10)
3.3.06 – Ottawa, ON – Corel Centre (on sale TBA)
3.6.06 – London, ON – John Labatt Centre (on sale TBA)
3.7.06 – Erie, PA – Erie Civic Center (on sale TBA)
3.9.06 – Rochester, NY – Blue Cross Arena (on sale 1.14)
3.13.06 – Knoxville, TN – Coliseum (on sale 1.14)
3.14.06 – Richmond, VA – Coliseum (on sale 1.21)
3.16.06 – Greenville, SC – Bi-Lo Center (on sale TBA)
3.20.06 – Pensacola, FL – Pensacola Civic Center (on sale TBA)
3.27.06 – Wichita, KS – Kansas Coliseum (on sale TBA)
[4:20 p.m.] A video of A Perfect Circle's performance on the Jay Leno show back in March 2004 has been added to the Media page and a few photos from yesterday's performance in Sao Paulo have been added to the Live gallery.
[12:10 p.m.] Good news for those of you who have been in search of anything Amboog.A.Lard – you will no longer have to resort to ebay to find what you're looking for. With the approval of Jeordie and his former Amboog-A-Lard bandmates, this site is now hosting all tracks from A New Hope as well as demo tracks from 1990 and 1991 for free download. Go to the Media page to check them out. An Amboog.A.Lard photo page has also been added with exclusive pictures both on and off stage. A big thanks to former Amboog.A.Lard bassist Barry Alpert for providing the files and for providing guidance in getting them up and running. The Biography page has also been updated to include just a little more pre-Marilyn Manson information.
A review from last Saturday's peformance in Oakland, CA has been added to the Reviews page.
[8:39 a.m.] A couple of new photos from the Toronto gig can be found on the NIN Live page. Thanks to magsw23 for sending them in.
In case some of you weren't aware, Trent did confirm during a chat earlier this week on The Spiral fan club that there will be another round of U.S. tour dates beginning the middle of January and going into March. The new dates are expected to be announced shortly.
[7:21 a.m.] The NIN Live and Candid galleries have been updated with new photos and reviews of the Toronto show have been added to the Reviews page. Thanks to sinister for the fan review.
[4:41 p.m.] NIN's December 1st performance in Buenos Aires, previously scheduled for December 2nd at Club Ciudad, has been moved to a venue called Luna Park. Thanks to rosecruger for the heads up.
[8:30 a.m.] Nine Inch Nails have now been confirmed to be appearing at KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas concert on December 10th at the Gibson Ampitheatre in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale Monday, November 14th at 6 p.m. through Ticketmaster.
Updates have been made to both the Live gallery (6 photos from the NOLA Voodoo Festival performance) and the Reviews page (Boston 11.8.05). Thanks to beth for the photos (screen captures, actually) and princessomega for the review.
[1:36 p.m.] Nine Inch Nails will be playing a few exclusive dates in the Western U.S. after their return from South America. The dates and onsale information is as follows:
12.6.05 – Santa Cruz, CA – Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium (on sale TBA)
12.7.05 – San Luis Obispo, CA – CalPoly Recreation Center (on sale 11.14 @ 10 a.m.)
12.8.05 – Reno, NV – Reno Hilton Theatre (on sale 11.19 @ 10 a.m.)
According to the NIN Hotline, there are rumors of an appearance at KROQ radio's Acoustic Christmas show on December 10th in Los Angeles, but this has yet to be officially confirmed by either the radio station or nin.com. It is also not clear whether this would be an acoustic performance by the entire band or just by Trent.
[9:57 a.m.] The Performance page over at nin.com has been updated with the show scheduled for November 30th in Santiago no longer listed and the Buenos Aires show being moved up from December 2nd to December 1st. At this time, local information indicates that the Santiago show is cancelled. Additionally, the venue for Buenos Aires now reads "TBA", suggesting that the show will not be held at Club Ciudad as originally indicated.
Both the Candid and Live galleries have been updated. Thanks to Barry Alpert for the backstage photos and Christal Anne for the live shots.
Finally, I've made some further updates to the Gear page, which includes a couple of new photos as well. Thanks once again to Barry Alpert for his help on this.
[3:17 p.m.] NIN's entire performance at Voodoo Festival in New Orleans last weekend can now be viewed over at vh1.com's website. Click on "video" and then "Voodoo Festival". Be aware that it may take a long time to load on some systems.
[9:40 a.m.] With the curtain/screen not being utilized during NIN's Voodoo Festival performances this past weekend, Crystal Noll was able to capture a couple of shots of Jeordie on acoustic guitar during "Right Where It Belongs". Head over to the Live gallery to check them out. Thanks, Crystal!
[6:35 p.m.] New reviews of the Orlando, Tampa and Cleveland shows can be found on the Reviews page and a photo from the Orlando show has been added to the Live gallery. Thanks to Chimera for the Tampa review.
[6:15 p.m.] Unfortunately, nin.com has now announced that at this time they are unable to reschedule the Fort Lauderdale show which was scheduled to take place tonight and as such, the show has been cancelled. Ticket refunds are available at point of purchase. Tomorrow night's show in Orlando is confirmed to go on as scheduled and there are still tickets available through all Ticketmaster outlets and online at ticketmaster.com.
[10:47 a.m.; updated 12:07 p.m.] Due to Hurricane Wilma, NIN's Ft. Lauderdale show, scheduled for tomorrow night, has been postponed. There is no word yet as to the new date. As of now, the 10/25 show in Orlando is still officially a go, though depending upon amount of damage, power outages, etc., this could change. As I get more information, I will post it here.
Both the Live and Candid photo pages have been updated. Thanks to Victoria Wesson and Patrick McAuley, respectively.
[3:28 p.m.] Nine Inch Nails have announced on their current page that they will now play the October 30th Voodoo Festival date in Memphis, in addition to playing on the 29th in New Orleans. Tickets are available for the Memphis date through Ticketmaster.
A couple of new photos can be found in the Live gallery. I've also added some information to the Gear page. Thanks to Barry for helping me piece this together.
[6:25 a.m.] Finally, some non-NIN news to pass along. Back in December I reported that Jeordie was collaborating with Unkle on an unnamed project, though details were non-existant. Now it appears at least some of the blanks have been filled in (thanks, Craig!) with the news that Jeordie plays bass on a brand new Unkle track called "Leap Of Faith" and also on Unkle's re-recorded mix of Oasis' "Cast No Shadow". Both of these tracks appear exclusively on the soundtrack to the movie GOAL!, which is playing now across Europe and the UK and is scheduled to open in North America in February 2006. The album is available now on Big Brother Records and a few sample tracks can be heard by going here. Detailed credits for the tracks on which Jeordie plays are now up on the Credits page of this site. For more info on the film, check out goalthemovie.com.
Getting back to NIN for a moment now, I just wanted to let everyone know that tickets to NIN's December 2nd show at Club Ciudad in Buenos Aires are available on line at this location. Thanks to Gabe for the link.
[5:54 p.m.] NIN's official website has now added the December 2nd Buenos Aires date at Club Ciudad to their performance page, and have also confirmed a November 30th date in Santiago, Chile (venue TBD). Ticket info is not yet available, however a link to purchase tickets to the Claro Festival being held in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janiero has been added. Tickets are on sale now.
A review of the Cleveland show has been added to the Reviews page.
[5:37 a.m.] For those who are planning to attend the Voodoo Music Festival, there are some major changes you need to be aware of. The date that NIN will be playing, October 29th, has been moved from Memphis back to New Orleans as a tribute to those involved in the cleanup and recovery of the city. If I am reading this correctly, the date on the 29th is an invitation only event, unless you already have tickets for the event. Further tickets will not be available to the public for the New Orleans date. To decipher the information yourself, go to Voodoo's official website and click on "Tickets".
[10:38 a.m.] Mike Durband had the opportunity to meet Jeordie during NIN's stop in Chicago. He has the photo to prove it and you can check it out in the Candid gallery. Thanks, Mike, for sending it in.
[7:51 a.m.] Yesterday was a virtual photo frenzy over at nin.com, with not one, but two new photos being added within minutes of each other. In order that they may forever be preserved for posterity, both have been added to the Candid gallery.
[6:04 p.m.] Another new photo from nin.com has been added to the Candid gallery while the Live gallery has been updated with 9 new shots from last week's show in Sacramento. Thanks to Brad Doyle for allowing use of the live photos -- very nice work! I've also updated the Reviews page with a review of last night's show in Salt Lake City.
Meanwhile, Gabriel Toxic wrote in to let me know that Nine Inch Nails will be performing at some sort of festival taking place in Buenos Aires on December 2nd at a venue called Club Cuidad. While the organizers of said festival confirmed to him that NIN would be on the bill, there is no official word from the NIN camp as yet. Thanks for the heads up, Gabe!
[9:20 a.m.] The Reviews page has been updated with my review of Saturday's Los Angeles performance and the Candid page has been updated with the latest photo from nin.com and a photo of Jeordie with members of Metallica sent in by cudabird72.