We’ve all heard tales of touring bands, weary and confused after weeks of anonymous hotel rooms and rest stops, accidentally shouting out the wrong city on stage. Why, just a couple months back, Guns N’ Roses were booed when a guitar...Show More Summary
Nick Jonas is showing off his major biceps… who could complain?! The 24-year-old singer/actor headed to the gym with his brother Joe, who wore a Guns ‘N’ Roses t-shirt, along with a friend. Later that day, Nick posted a video on his Snapchat account of Joe wearing a sleep mask with eyes on it, and [...]
Chris Evans keeps a low profile under his Guns ‘N Roses baseball cap and shades while heading into LAX Airport for a flight out of town on Friday (April 21) in Los Angeles. The 35-year-old actor has plenty of film projects in the works, but we also know something else that is on his schedule [...]
Creed's Scott Stapp is the new lead singer for Art Of Anarchy, a supergroup that also features former Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and Disturbed's John Moyer. Former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland contributed vocals to their 2015 debut album, although he never considered himself a full-time member, and a miscommunication regarding…
Anne Harrington savours Robert Sapolsky's tome on humanity's vacillations.
Duff McKagan (member of popular bands such as Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver, and Loaded ) and his wife Susan Holmes McKagan (international supermodel and star of the E!... The post Guns N’ Roses and ‘Married to Rock’ Stars Choose ‘Ink, Not Mink’ appeared first on PETA.
Prolific San Francisco psych-rocker Bill Baird is about to pull a Guns N' Roses/Bright Eyes/Islands and release two albums on the very same day. Easy Machines (the morning record) and Baby Blue Abyss (the evening record) are both arriving 4/28, and now he's shared a new video for "Muzak Of The Spheres," a driving psych-rock…
Ten Second Songs‘ Anthony Vincent channels Anthony Kiedis, then takes a quick left turn to perform the Chili Peppers’ classic Give It Away in the style of 20 other musicians, from The Beastie Boys to Guns N’ Roses to David Bowie. The Twenty Øne Pilots bit was hilarious.
Anthony Vincent brings his "20 Different Styles" genius to the Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Give It Away," as if it was performed by the Beastie Boys, Guns N' Roses, David Bowie, Naughty By Nature, Frank Zappa, Bob Marley, and many more. Behind the scenes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRYYcdnLjYc
Lions and tigers and bears and Slash — oh my. Extremely cheesy pun aside, the Guns N’ Roses guitarist will cozy up to our furry friends as he toplines the Beastly Ball, the annual fundraiser held by the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Assn. Set for May 20, this year’s event will mark the L.A. Zoo’s 50th...
Brazil's mammoth rock festival goes down this September.
In her new book "Sweet Child of Mine," Adler gives a candid, harrowing account of life as the mother of Guns N' Roses' troubled drummer.
An Inquisitr article recently counted down the five biggest hits of 1989. Of course, the biggest doesn’t necessarily mean the best, which is really just a matter of opinion. Let’s take a look at the five best songs of 1989 – at least through the ears of this author. 5. Show More Summary
This should be entertaining. The Guardian reports: Good morning from the Gaylord Convention Center just south of Washington DC. In the main hall Welcome to the Jungle by Guns ‘n’ Roses and NRA ads have given way to the pledge of allegiance and a Jimi Hendrix-style electric guitar version of The Star-Spangled Banner. Show More Summary
A little Guns N’ Roses channeling.
On a late afternoon in the fall, two women at a table in Culina, the restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel near Beverly Hills, stopped their conversation to turn to Ayler Young, a Los Angeles musician-turned-designer, who was seated nearby. “We want one of those,” they exclaimed. They were referring...
Guess the Guns N' Roses announcer hasn't heard of that age-old rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne, then? The bands fans in Melbourne, Australia, filled a stadium with boos after the band's announcer addressed them as Sydney (of all...Show More Summary
A rock star can do pretty much anything on stage and call it a “rock ‘n’ roll moment.” You can set things on fire, you can bite the head off an animal, and you can wear nothing but a sock, and everybody will love it as long as your tunes rock and you take some time to ask the crowd if they’re having a good time. Show More Summary
Melbourne, Sydney -- what's the difference, right? As they were taking the stage in Melbourne last night, Billboard reports, Guns N' Roses' guitar techician and announcer McBob shouted out "Sydney," much to the consternation of the Melbournian fans assembled in the audience. There was some booing. …