Need an last-ditch idea for a Valentine's Day present? Why not head over to the online firearm store Impact Guns and enter their "Gun and Roses" contest. All you have to do is give them all of your personal information and you will automatically be entered to win a Smith & Wesson 9 and two dozen roses.
Nothing says "I LOVE YOU NEVER LEAVE ME I MEAN IT SERIOUSLY" quite like bringing home a firearm on Valentine's Day. Impact Guns, an online gun retailer based out of Utah, is hosting a truly bizarre Valentine's Day giveaway, offering the winner a free Smith & Wesson Shield 9 along with two dozen roses. Show More Summary
(YouTube link) Miche Braden sings with Scott Bradlee and the Postmodern Jukebox to show what the Guns ’n’ Roses song “Sweet Child O Mine” would have sounded like if Bessie Smith had sung it in the 1920s. It would have sounded awesome! -via Viral Viral Videos
We brought the New Orleans-style cover of Guns N’ Roses classic “Sweet Child o’ Mine” earlier, but now comes a cover with a little Chinese flavor. Musician Michelle Kwan turns the traditional Chinese instrument into her own play thing and tears out a cover that sticks a little closer to the roots than the jazzy version, but is impressive nonetheless.
Another awesome arrangement by Scott Bradlee features vocalist Miche Braden performing a version of Guns N’ Roses rock classic Sweet Child O’ Mine in a style befitting a sultry night in New Orleans’ French Quarter.
What Tawny Kitaen was to the 1980s, Stephanie Seymour meant to the 1990s, thanks to her appearances in two immortal Guns N’ Roses music videos, “Don’t Cry” and especially “November Rain,” featuring the greatest wedding dress of all-time. It cost $1 million to film, which adjusted for inflation, equals over $1.7 million in 2014 money. So what’s the former Mrs.
Miche Braden helped ScottBradlee and the Postmodern Jukebox show what Guns N' Roses "Sweet Child O' Mine" would have sounded like if New Orleans blues legend Bessie Smith had recorded it back in the '20s.
We’ve shown our appreciation for Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox before, but they’ve outdone themselves with their room-shaking cover of Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child o’ Mine.” That’s Miche Braden on vocals, and this is what it “would have sounded like if New Orleans blues legend Bessie Smith had recorded it back in the ’20s.” Axl Fleur-de-lis gone GUMBO GUMBO GUMBO.
Want to hear Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child o’ Mine” played in the style of old-timey New Orleans jazz? Before you say no, give this Postmodern Jukebox cover of the classic ’80s rock song a chance. It is actually really fun, thanks in large...Show More Summary
Axl Rose isn’t happy with Danish zoo officials at the moment. When word started to spread that a healthy giraffe was recently slaughtered and ultimately dismembered to prevent inbreeding, the Guns N’ Roses frontman decided to weigh in on the situation. Show More Summary
I’ll be 100% honest and say that I’m sick and tired of hearing Guns N Roses “Sweet Child O’ Mine”. That opening guitar lick was incredible when I first heard it but is now pretty much like nails on a chalkboard for me. It’s been... Read More
Guns ‘n’ Roses front man Axl Rose was not impressed with the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Axl Rose Slams Red Hot Chili Peppers Super Bowl Show - -
Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose slammed the Red Hot Chili Peppers on Tuesday for playing to a pre-recorded musical track with unplugged instruments at the Super Bowl halftime show.He went on to compare the band to the infamous sign-language...Show More Summary
Yeah, we don't quite get it, either News Flash: Axl Rose is still among us! Normally we wouldn't care — we're more than happy to remember Guns 'n' Roses as they once were, and not as a lone gasbag occasionally exchanging what's left of his dignity for occasional column inches — but this one's a head-scratcher. Show More Summary
Tweet If I had a hammer Where Have all the flowers gone? We Shall Overcome Pete Seeger A fine soul passed today returning to the earth he loved and graced He hammered out freedom He hammered out justice no guns just roses this gentle gentleman embraced We are the better for his […]
Matthew Mayfield’s journey started in 1992 when he fell in love with Guns N’ Roses as soon as Slash got up on the piano for the finale of “November Rain.” After fronting the band Moses Mayfield, Mayfield went solo in 2008, and went on to record several EPs and two full lengths. The songwriter brings […]
The full line-up for the 2014 Rock On The Range music festival has been announced and it’s being headlined by Guns N Roses, Avenged Sevenfold, and Kid Rock. The festival, which runs May 16th-18th in Columbus, OH will also see performances from bands such as... Read More
Hard rock festival returns to Columbus, OH in May.
The history of Guns N’ Roses’ Chinese Democracy is as long and tortured as the album itself, with its approximately 29 layers of guitar and bass. But one key character has told his story: his name’s Kevin Cogill, a.k.a “Skwerl,” and in 2008, he received nine pre-release Chinese Democracy tracks from Interscope Records co-founder Jimmy Iovine.
Back in the summer of 2008, we wrote about the bizarre move by the FBI to arrest Kevin Cogill, at gunpoint, for having posted a bunch of tracks from the as-yet-unreleased Guns 'N Roses album, Chinese Democracy. Of course, as pretty much...Show More Summary