Alice in Chains' 30-Year Career

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This year marks the 30th anniversary of Alice in Chains' debut album, Facelift. On December 1st, the band will be presented Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture's Founders Award.


 
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Alice in Chains // photo by Pamela Littky

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Alice in Chains' debut album, Facelift. On December 1st, the band will be presented Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture’s Founders Award.

To talk about the band’s legacy are founding members Sean Kinney (drummer) and Jerry Cantrell (vocals and guitar) as well as William DuVall (lead vocalist) who joined the band in 2006, four years after the death of frontman Layne Staley.

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