Move over, Guns N' Roses.
Guns to Roses, a partnership between D.C. police and the Earth Conservation Corps, is trying to leave a positive effect on communities familiar with violence.
Bob Dylan, Drake, The Cure, Guns N' Roses... and where were you when Kurt Vile played?
It’s important to know that every famous celebrity started as an amateur. Take a look at these famous bands. Enjoy! 1. Guns N’ Roses at The Ritz, New York City, 1988 2. Nirvana’s first concert in Raymond, Washington, March 1987 3. Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1984 4. Metallica, 1983 5. Depeche Mode, 1981 See more »
Guns N' Roses sells a million tickets in a day for the UK/European leg of their reunion tour.
Guns N’ Roses may not be regarded as the most dangerous band in the world any more, but when they were, it was Matt Sorum who had the job of holding the fort and keeping the whole thing together, according to the former stickman. The Use Your Illusion era drummer wasn’t invited to participate in... Show More Summary
Live Nation has announced dates for the 2017 continuation of the successful 'Not In This Lifetime' tour by the reformed Guns N' Roses. According to the promoter, tickets for the European and Canadian segments of the tour went on sale on December 9th and sold more than a million tickets...
After years of rumors and denials, Axl Rose made the impossible happen in 2016.
Caveman sent us s year-end list and, not content to stick with music or other arts, offer up their Top Ten List of Everything, which includes people, places, bars, bands, their CBS This Morning appearance, and Guns n' Roses. Continue reading…
Among the many things that are difficult to comprehend in this strange universe is what life might be like backstage at a Guns N’ Roses show. Are Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, and Saul “Slash” Hudson merrily reminiscing about the old times...Show More Summary
When I saw this clip on TMZ over the weekend, I felt a sense of disgust rising up in me. The following display is ugly, plain and simple....
The money is always good for band reunions and Guns N’ Roses and their massively successful Not In This Lifetime Tour continue to show no signs of slowing down as the legendary band storms into 2017 with more than 30 stadium shows lined up across Europe and North America. Show More Summary
Last year, when the original Guns N’ Roses frontline of Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan reunited for the Not In This Lifetime tour, many of us imagined an absolute flaming disaster. That is not what we got. The newly retooled GN’R turned out to be a model of professionalism. Once the most unreliable man […]
They'll hit Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Europe and North America. Continue reading…
Axl, Slash, and Duff will play shows in North America and Europe next summer.
In August, the newly reformed Guns N’ Roses completed a tour through North America. Today, the band has announced a new stint that will run until September 2017. Find the latest “Not in This Lifetime” tour dates here. Read “Revisiting the Magnificent Excess of Guns N’ Roses’ Use Your Illusion Video Trilogy” from the Pitch. Revisit Guns N’ Roses’s “Sweet Child O’ Mine”:
Fans of Guns n’ Roses got an unusual opportunity involving a Trump pinata during the band’s November 30 show in Mexico City. In the middle of the show, Guns n’ Roses lead singer Axl Rose took a time-out from wailing out the band’s greatest hits to introduce the show’s special guest, a giant Trump effigy... Show More Summary
At a concert earlier this week, Guns N’ Roses invited their concert goers to come onstage to destroy a Donald Trump piñata. In the video published by TMZ, Axl Rose, lead singer, can be seen encouraging fans, “Let’s bring in some people, and give them a f—–g stick,” he said. Show More Summary
Rock band Guns N’ Roses invited fans at their Wednesday night show in Mexico City to join the band onstage and take swings at a giant piñata effigy of Republican President-elect Donald Trump. TMZ.com posted video on Saturday of the piñata’s destruction at the hands of gleeful Mexican...