The last season of Sons of Anarchy begins tonight on FX (10 pm et/pt), as Jax Teller’s (CharlieHunnam) initial journey to live a life outside the motorcycle club has not been fulfilled. In its stead, Jax has risen to the head of SAMCRO while dispatching most of his enemies in the process. His success, however, has come at a weighty price (spoilers which I refuse to mention in this post).
During the interviews for Pacific Rim, Hunnam talked about why Sons of Anarchy has amassed such a loyal audience.
“For me, in this day and age where it’s kind of a big brother culture and it’s almost like we’re living in a police state – we get told what to do and how to do it every second of the day, these are a bunch of guys doing whatever the hell they want, whenever they want. To hell with the consequences, and I think that’s a real fantasy for people that are so contained by their lives and the society around them.”
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Amidst the busied streets of West Hollywood is the oasis known as the Sunset Marquis, and starting Friday, September 12 you can roll up to this tucked away hotel and check out The Roots of Rock and Roll – The Rise and Beginning of Rock and Roll.
Free to the public and located inside the hotel lobby, the Morrison Hotel Gallery will feature photos of such music icons as Elvis, Roy Orbison, James Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Supremes, Muddy Waters and Duke Ellington. The photographers featured in this show include Morrison Hotel Gallery co-owner Timothy White, Al Satterwhite, Art Shay, Catherine McGann, Charles Trainer, and Curt Gunther.
The exhibit covers the late 1950s through the early 1960s, when many of rock, blues, and jazz icons changed the hearts and minds of a generation. The Roots of Rock and Roll – The Rise and Beginning of Rock and Roll ends Sunday, September 21. For more info on the Morrison Hotel Gallery, please check out their official site.