What started off as an interview with Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal offering advice to young musicians turned into an attack on Axl Rose by the time it was retold by British music magazine NME and the musician isn't happy about it.
Being the frontman of a rock band can provide you with plenty of opportunities, including financial ones. Some rockers have benefitted more than others over the years, and Celebrity Net Worth has compiled a list of the richest rock singers, with Dave Grohl, James Hetfield, and Axl Rose among those doing well.
Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose is certainly one of the most beloved, but also detested musicians in rock history. It's almost impossible to run into anyone who doesn't have an opinion on Rose as a human being, but the GN'R icon recently partook in an interview that went pretty deep into the mind of one of rock's most polarizing figures.
The notoriously reclusive Axl Rose sat down on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night (Oct. 24) for an extremely rare live interview appearance -- and the Guns N' Roses frontman even seemed to enjoy himself a bit. Watch his entire interview in three parts below.
In what may prove to be a jarring legal setback for artists who live next door to famous people and want to try and use that proximity as the basis for an unauthorized exhibit, Axl Rose has issued a cease-and-desist notice to the exhibitor behind the L.A. art show titled 'Axl Rose Was My Neighbor.'
The feud between Axl Rose and Nirvana at the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards began with a taunt from everyone's favorite hot mess, Courtney Love. According to Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic, Axl Rose was walking past Love, Kurt Cobain and the couple's baby daughter when the Hole frontwoman yelled, "Axl, Axl -- you're the godfather!"
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