Chris Cornell is set to front the band featuring members of Pearl Jam, Screaming Trees and Guns N Roses along with the Seattle Symphony.
The eternally delayed comeback album has become a running joke in the music business, instantly evoked by the words Chinese Democracy (finally released to a tepid response 15 years after Guns N' Roses's previous album) and Detox (it's been 15 years and counting since 2001, and now Dr. Dre maybe isn't calling it Detox anymore). But there are... More »
A politician can only dream of rock stardom.
Apparently, the Guns N' Roses front man is alive and well despite the hoax perpetuated about his passing.
Guns N’ Roses front man Axl Rose is not dead. A fake story on a website created to look like MSNBC titled MSNBC Report posted a story on the death of Guns N’ Roses front man Axl Rose. The story spread quickly leaving hundreds of thousands of fans looking for answers, reports Blabbermouth. Show More Summary
Axl Rose is not dead, despite internet reports to the contrary — but that should come as no surprise to fans who by now have surely grown tired of the seemingly endless stream of online hoaxes falsely reporting the death of just about every major celebrity, and plenty of minor celebs as well. Show More Summary
Guns N' Roses frontman of Internet death hoax.
Swedish pop duo Korallreven have shared a sparkling cover of Guns N’ Roses’ “November Rain.” Their version of the Use Your Illusion ballad filters the track through their icy production style and gives it a more modern feel. Introducing the song, the band said they were inspired by Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen’s “Arpeggios From Hell” [...]
Whenever the subject of Axl Rose comes up, I tend to mention the ridiculously good profile that John Jeremiah Sullivan wrote for GQ back in 2006. “The Final Comeback of Axl Rose” is not really disparaging, it’s just a perfect summation of Rose’s legendary reputation for any person born too late to really care. Now, [...]
The band's longtime biographer Marc Canter is behind the project.
The Tabernacle is an Atlanta institution rich in history. In recent years performers like Guns N’ Roses, Adele, and Bob Dylan have graced its stage; but before it was a concert venue, The Tabernacle served as both a church and a hospital. In 1898, Dr. Len G. Broughton became pastor of Third Baptist Church in Atlanta. […]
Jessica Alba poses as Guns N’ Roses rocker Slash while stepping out for Halloween at Kate Hudson’s Annual Party on Thursday (October 30) in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The 33-year-old actress coordinated her costume with her BFF Kelly Sawyer as Axl Rose while her hubby Cash Warren dressed up as a preppy school boy. PHOTOS: Check [...]
“And it’s hard to hold a candle In the cold November rain.” —Guns ‘n Roses, “November Rain” Nebraska football fans will be putting away their Halloween candy (in more ways than one) and preparing for the November end-of-season stretch run that will define whether 2014 was a success or a failure. Show More Summary
Guns N’ Roses guitarist DJ Ashba has revealed that the legendary rock band has two new albums already recorded and ready to be released in the near future. Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose stated in a past interview that the band wasShow More Summary
The eternally delayed comeback album has become a running joke in the music business, instantly evoked by the words Chinese Democracy (finally released to a tepid response 15 years after Guns N' Roses' previous album) and Detox (it's been 15 years and counting since 2001, and now Dr. Dre maybe isn't... More »
We've posted the awesome cover work of Michelle Kwan before. Last time it was Guns 'N Roses, this time it's Metallica. I'll be over here, gently banging my head with a lighter held up...
The men who influenced the Guns N' Roses legend
Last week Gothamist's senior millennial correspondent Rebecca Fishbein announced that she had only ever heard one Guns n' Roses song... as part of some video game. In an effort to further educate Rebecca, and those like her, we are here with some NYC-centric, Guns n' Roses-related content. [ more › ]
Michael Tullberg/Getty Images Los Angeles County's fabled Sunset Strip -- home to numerous legendary nightclubs -- is going corporate. Goodbye, Rat Pack and Guns N' Roses; hello, Marriott International (MAR). Gangsters and Guitarists Through...Show More Summary
First, caution. I mean it. If you are reading this you might want to do one of the following (or perhaps more than one, in combination with one) … 1. put on a construction helmet while being backed up by Guns and Roses as you imagine entering the flip you just handed the keys over to […] The post 112% Cash on Cash Return…. Show More Summary