Layne Staley was an American grunge rock icon. Layne was internationally known as the Founder, Frontman, Lead Singer and Co-Songwriter of the grunge rock band Alice in Chains. In April 2017 Rolling Stone wrote "Staley was a massively talented and charismatic singer, one whose intense performances are still capable of raising the hairs on the back of your neck". Layne wrote the lyrics for the band's best known and most licensed song Man In the Box. Layne was also the lead singer and songwriter of the rock band supergroup Mad Season which included Mike McCready of Pearl Jam, John Baker Saunders of the Walkabouts and Barrett Martin of Screaming Trees. In addition to Layne’s iconic musical talents, he was a visual artist. He created the cover art for the Mad Season album Above, and created numerous other visual art works. He also designed and created jewelry and clothing. For Licensing information for Layne Staley: his music; copyrights; name; likeness; voice; images; and art, please call Peter Cowles at 206-789-6655.
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