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Recent comments by people "in the know" suggest a GNR reunion may actually be happening.
Former Guns and Roses guitarist Slash is producing a horror movie written by the guy behind 'Boogeyman 2' and 3.
Guns N' Roses icon Slash has finally made the decision that everyone around him should have convinced him to do years ago: he's going to make a slasher movie. And the film will feature call backs to classic '80s films of the genre like...Show More Summary
Not discussed in this episode: The obscure Guns N' Roses cover of the theme song from Barney. Only two seven-inches are known to exist. Janet has both of them.
Former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, whose real name is Saul Slashington, is no stranger to the film industry. Earlier this summer, we reported that he had launched a crowdfunding campaign to pay for The Hell Within, a horror movie that he wanted to produce about a woman lost in the jungles of Brazil. Show More Summary
Slash called a huge stir this past weekend when he didn't challenge a Swedish reporter's assertion that he was back on speaking terms with Axl Rose. "It was probably way overdue, you know," he said. "But it's very cool at this point to dispel some of that negative stuff that was going...
West joins a long list of winners that includes Beyoncé, Madonna and Guns 'N Roses
Last night in Seattle, a supergroup comprising members of Mudhoney, Pearl Jam, Screaming Trees, and Guns N' Roses performed a set of Iggy and the Stooges on the roof of the city's famous Pike Place Market. It was a fundraiser for the...Show More Summary
Mike McCready, Barrett Martin, Duff McKagan, and Mark Arm celebrate Iggy and the Stooges from the rooftop of Seattle's Pike Place Market.
Have Slash and Axl Rose finally reconciled? Well, according to an interview with the Swedish outlet Aftonbladet TV, the former guitarist for Guns N’ Roses Slash confirmed that he and his estranged band member Axl Rose are now on “friendly terms” with one another after feuding for nearly two decades. Show More Summary
The mutual animosity between Guns N’ Roses icons, Slash and Axl Rose, has been legendary for years. Fans of Guns N’ Roses never thought that Slash and Axl Rose would ever be able to talk to each other in order to settler their differences. Show More Summary
When a Swedish TV outlet asked the former Guns 'N Roses guitarist Slash if he and band frontman Axl Rose were friends again, Slash responded in the affirmative. "It was probably way overdue, you know.... It's very cool at this point....Show More Summary
Guitarists DJ Ashba and Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal recently announced that they had departed Guns N' Roses, but there is some good news for GN'R fans: Axl Rose and Slash are reportedly on speaking terms again. In an interview with Sweden's Aftonbladet, Slash revealed that he and the singer have opened up a dialogue...
Thoughts of the classic LA rock band Guns N Roses probably conjures up images of sex, drugs and out of control concerts in your head, right? Well it turns out aside from these better-known vices, singer â?? and all around heavy metal...Show More Summary
Johnny Depp joined a cadre of heavy metal heroes including Gene Simmons, former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke and Mr. Big drummer Matt Starr at a recent charity concert for performances of two Kiss classics, "Deuce" and "Rock and Roll All Nite." No stranger to the six-string, Depp gamely kept...
Guns N' Roses: "November Rain"
Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, have announced their first live dates, set for next month. Rounding out the lineup will be former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and drummer Matt Sorum, both of whom also play in the supergroup Velvet Revolver. The name...
I am slowly but surely becoming used to great bands taking their time with releasing their big comeback records. Guns n Roses famously took over a decade to release Chinese Democracy (which I’m willing to put down to Axl being Axl).Show More Summary
Four of Seattle's most prominent music figures will create a one-night only supergroup to pay tribute to Iggy Pop and the Stooges. Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Duff McKagan (Guns N' Roses), Mark Arm (Mudhoney) and Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees/Mad Season) will perform on the roof of Seattle's Pike Place Market on...