Slipknot Member Humiliated At Grammys


This year’s Grammys were a celebration of all things related to the music world. However, some heavy metal fans were not pleased that the Recording Acadamy did not honor late Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison during their ‘in Memoriam segment. Jordison died in his sleep on July 26, 2021, at the age of 46, as stated by his family the next day. A full list of artists named during that segment, including Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, can be viewed below. This Slipknot member would discuss the ‘worst drugs used’ last year.

* Taylor Hawkins (FOO FIGHTERS drummer)
* Marilyn Bergman (Songwriter)
* Virgil Abloh (hip-hop fashion designer)
* Gary Brooker (PROCOL HARUM)
* Walter Yetnikoff (Music Industry Executive)
* Ken Kragen (Artist Manager)
* Dottie Dodgion (Jazz Drummer)
* Paddy Maloney (THE CHIEFTAINS)
* Jim Steinman (Singer, Producer)
* Biz Markie (Raper, DJ, Producer)
* Marilia Dias Mendonca (Brazilian Singer, Songwriter)
* Clarence “Mac” Macdonald (Pianist, Composer, Arranger, Producer)
* Rusty Young (POCO)
* Connie Bradley (Country Industry Executive)
* Stonewall Jackson (Country Singer)
* Roger Hawkin (Muscle Shoals Drummer)
* Betty Davis (Funk Singer, Songwriter)
* George Wein (Newport Jazz, Newport Folk, New Orleans Jazzfest)
* Johnny Ventura (Salsa and Merengue Singer, Bandleader)
* Lisa Roy (Audio Production Executive)
* Charlie Watts (Drummer, THE ROLLING STONES)
* Meat Loaf (Rock Singer)
* Al Schlesinger (Music Attorney, Recording Academy President)
* Lee “Scratch” Perry (Jamaican Producer, Singer)
* Robbie Shakespeare (Reggae Bass Guitarist, Producer)
* Michael Lang (Woodstock Co-Creator, Producer, Manager)
* Ronnie Spector (THE RONETTES)
* Ralph Emery (Country DJ/TV Personality)
* Young Dolph (Rapper)
* Nanci Griffith (Singer-Songwriter)
* Jesse D (FORCE MDS)
* Mark Lanegan (SCREAMING TREES)
* Gregory “Shock G” Jacobs (rapper)
* Vicente Fernandez (Mexican Ranchera Singer)
* Jeremy Lubbock (Arranger, Composer, Producer)
* Tom Parker (THE WANTED)
* Dusty Hill (ZZ TOP)
* Ethel Gabriel (Record Producer, Music Executive)
* Lloyd Price (R&B Singer-Songwriter)
* Al Schmitt (Engineer, Producer)
* Ron Tutt (Drummer)
* Joe Simon (Soul/R&B Singer)
* Malcolm Cecil (Electronic/Jazz Musician, Producer)
* Jon Lind (Songwriter, A&R Executive)
* Greg Tate (Music Writer, Musician, Producer)
* Elliot Mazer (Engineer, Producer)
* Bobbie Nelson (Pianist, WILLIE NELSON AND FAMILY)
* BJ Thomas (Pop, Country, Gospel Singer)
* Earl “DMX” Simmons (Rapper)
* Dallas Frazier (Country Singer, Songwriter)
* Bhaskar Menon (Music Industry Executive)
* Ronnie Wilson (THE GAP BAND)
* Marshall Gelfand (Business Manager)
* Michael Nesmith (Singer-Songwriter, THE MONKEES)
* James Mtume (Jazz/R&B Musician, Songwriter)
* Tom T. Hall (Country Singer-Songwriter)
* Chucky Thompson (Hip-Hop, R&B Producer)
* Stephen Sondheim (Composer, Lyricist)

In other news regarding Slipknot, during a recent interview with Wisconsin-based radio station Razor 94.7, bandmate and drummer Jay Weinberg discussed the experimentation that is to be expected on the group’s upcoming album. Credit to Loudwire for the following transcription.

“I would say we kind of turned up the dials on experimentation. And some new things are happening that are exciting, really interesting — stuff that maybe I wouldn’t have even expected us to pull out of our hat. We’ve got a song that’s like… the heaviest blues song on earth, and stuff like that, that’s super exciting to hear what the guys are doing,”

Weinberg would continue: “Like on our last record, ‘Spiders’ was a great example of a song that is totally out of no playbook of Slipknot’s, but we make it Slipknot,” he explained. “I think now that we’re kind of in this final stage of mixing this album, I think I’m confident in saying that we just kind of turned up the dials on all that experimentation. And there’s some new stuff that’s super exciting. And I hope it makes its way onto the stage soon. It’s gonna be exciting to share.”

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