Robert L. Jamieson Jr. of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer shared his thoughts on the death of Alice In Chains frontman Layne Staley, with pointed words directed at the two weeks that passed before his body was discovered. Jamieson said, “Think about that for a moment. So much happens in two weeks. Financial fortunes come and go. Wars begin or end. And life, for most of us, follows the steady rhythm of getting up, going to work and heading back home. Yet for two weeks, Layne was a forgotten man to the world. Forgotten to his fans and groupies. To his band mates. Even his family.” Read more.
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