Lollapalooza is turning 29 years old this year. Like anything spending 29 years on this Earth, it looks a little bit different now than when it first premiered.
Originally conceived as a farewell tour for Jane's Addiction, the initial festival poster only featured seven bands. While a couple acts are still actively touring and making music, there's a few we'll likely never hear from again.
Take a look at the original seven bands listed on the 1991 Lollapalooza poster and see where they are in 2019.
Siouxsie and the Banshees
Nine Inch Nails
Ice-T & Body Count
Henry Rollins is a household name at this point, but the Rollins Band has been on indefinite hiatus since 2007. The band went through several lineup changes following their appearance at Lollapalooza 1991 and released five studio albums afterward. Fans hoping for a reunion may be waiting for a while as Rollins said in a 2014 interview, "I don’t want to play old music. To me, it is fighting battles that are already over and calling yourself a warrior. For me, I see no courage or adventure in doing the old thing over again. If others want to, that’s for them. For myself, I have to move on. Life is too short to live in the past. There is a lot to be done."