DJ Farrell goes solo |

DJ Farrell goes solo

Summit Daily/Reid WilliamsWhile most DJs are content to let the turntables do the talking, Perry Farrell added his iconoclastic vocals to a mix that ranged from trance beats to Pink Floyd tracks.

Generation Xers know Perry Farrell as an alternative rock pioneer whose music, with bands Jane’s Addiction and Porno For Pyros, reached mainstream popularity with hits such as “Jane Says” and “Been Caught Stealing.”

Farrell continues to push boundaries with the release of his newest album, “Song Yet To Be Sung.” Farrell treated the Sherpa and Yeti’s crowd Thursday night to his new direction in music, an eclectic mix of electronica and dub that is featured on the new album, his first solo venture.

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