Just when everyone was starting to accept the new responsible, punctual, and generally well behaved Guns N’ Roses, frontman Axl Rose decides to drop the news that the tour was detained for gun possession on stage in front of 50,000 fans. With a mischievous grin and a pep in his ... More »
Putting Guns 'n' Roses and Metallica on the same tour was the greatest of bad ideas.
Guns N’ Roses are a little bit more than halfway through their reunion tour with their original lineup. It seems like they’re having some fun on the tour, because Axl Rose had the audacity to tickle Slash while he performed his killer solo on “Knockin On Heaven’s Door.” Though it looks more like he’s going […]
With the Guns n’ Roses reunion in full flow and the 1980s cock rockers entertaining the hordes with songs your mamma would know, many fans are still wondering if the reformed Gunners are the real deal without what many regard as the heart and soul of the band – Izzy Stradlin. Show More Summary
Having already performed at Coachella and Bonnaroo this year, Chris Stapleton wound up on another unexpected stage last night in Nashville: opening for Guns N' Roses on their Not in This Lifetime Tour. He also found himself face to face with Axl Rose, who summoned Stapleton and his producer and...
While promoting his new show Roadies, Cameron Crowe was asked to recount the most ridiculous tour story he’d ever heard. Of course the story had to do with a crazy demand made by Axl Rose: There was a guy that worked with Guns N’ Roses, and there was a show and Axl Rose needed a yellow jacket that he’d left in England before he would perform.
At the Guns ‘n Roses performance last night, I was reminded of Mick Wall’s stellar book W.A.R.: The Unauthorized Biography of William Axl Rose. In this 2008 release, the veteran
Watching Slash play the opening riff of “Sweet Child o’ Mine” on the same stage as Axl Rose is a bucket-list item for music fans of a certain age. If you grew up in the 1980s and Appetite for Destruction was the formative album of your...Show More Summary
Guns N’ Roses are well into their much-anticipated reunion tour, bringing Axl Rose back together with Slash and Duff McKagan, and fans are extremely happy to see most of the original line-up back on stage. While the Guns N’ Roses reunion is more than fans could have hoped for just a few months ago, there... Show More Summary
'I heard some roadies talking about how something had to be "yellow-jacketed."'
Cameron Crowe reveals an infamous story about the demanding Guns N' Roses' singer.
Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan prove the grass is also green in the Windy City.
When Guns N’ Roses embarked upon the Use Your Illusion tour in 1991, it was arguably the biggest act in all of rock, with Appetite For Destruction going multi-platinum and an ambitious double album on the way. But Axl Rose and company...Show More Summary
Album: Use Your Illusion I Year: 1991 Izzy Stradlin was always my favorite. While he could have seemed like the lukewarm water between Axl Rose’s fire and Slash’s ice, to me he was also the guy who embodied the straight-ahead rock ‘n’ roll groove at the heart of Guns n’ Roses. Show More Summary
Most people have a modest two-octave vocal range when they sing, but some rare talents can manage five octaves or more. Think the late great, Freddie Mercury of Queen, or Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose, although composer-singer Tim Storms holds the Guinness World Record for the largest vocal range: a whopping 10 octaves. Read more...
Axl Rose wants his “fat” photos to be removed from the Internet, according to The Sydney Morning Herald. The Guns N’ Roses singer has apparently launched a large-scale attack on Google with DMCA copyright notices. The story goes like this: a Winnipeg Free Press photographer took snaps at a Guns N’ Roses concert in 2010.... Show More Summary
In some of the more widely read articles on Hypebot this week, we looked at the court's ruling that remastered songs deserve a new copyright, Axl Rose's attempt to use a copyright claim to remove an unflattering photo of himself from the internet, and Wiz Khalifa's lawsuit of his former...
Axl Rose has issued Google a takedown notice regarding the “Fat Axl” meme, which uses a shot of the singer performing with Guns N’ Roses in 2010. The notice is operating on the grounds that Guns N’ Roses owns the copyright to all photos taken at the band’s performances, according to a waiver all photographers must sign before any show.
“If I could always read I should never feel the want of company.” ? George Gordon Byron Remembering David Gilkey – NPR The Surprising Fate of Film – PDN Fashion Photographers Return to Film – Business of Fashion Axl Rose Doesn’t Want You to See His Fat Face – Fortune Confessions of a Stock […] The post Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking appeared first on PDNPulse.
Now that Axl Rose has got his mojo back and is busy reminding the world, with a little help from AC/DC, why he’s one of the greatest rock n’ roll frontmen of all time, the flame-haired screamer has sort of shot himself in the foot by demanding Google take down several unflattering images of him... Show More Summary