The Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan was recently spotted eating chips and dip during a live show in Milwaukee. The video clip of the incident has surfaced and fans are quite amused with the moment. You can check it out below:
Meanwhile, it is noted that Nirvana’s classic album “Nevermind” is one of the timeless creations of the band and Corgan recently opened up on the band producer. Corgan claimed that it’s his guitar tone which was stolen. Sure, he cannot exactly sue anyone for the guitar tone. But if he is talking the truth, then Nirvana owes a lot to Billy.
Billy Corgan makes bold claims on Nirvana
In a recent video shared by Laney in honor of him signing a deal with the amp manufacturer, Corgan looks back on those days and how the producer Butch Vig ended up taking some inspiration — for the lack of a better work — from The Smashing Pumpkins and channeling it all into Nirvana’s “Nevermind.” He recalled:
“A story I like to tell is we recorded our album Gish in 1990, going into 1991. [Butch Vig] left that album to go and make ‘Nevermind’ with Nirvana.
“The first time I heard ‘Nevermind,’ I looked at Butch Vig – we were sitting next to a lake on a July 4th day circa 1991 — and I said, ‘Motherfucker, you stole my guitar sound!’ So that’s all I’ll say about that.”