We're still a long ways away from a full-scale Guns N' Roses reunion, since Slash would still rather stomp on the olive branch than hand it to frontman Axl Rose, but some factions of the Guns camp are making nice. Rose will be sharing stages in the near future with former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan, revealed Rose in his interview with 'That Metal Show' set to air Nov. 11.
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It's Axl Rose's world and we all just live in it and play by his rules, even in 2011. Apparently, the temperamental and interview-shy Rose, who is famous for his tardiness and doing things on his clock and whenever the hell he feels like it, granted an hour-long interview to Eddie Trunk of VH1 Classic's 'That Metal Show' in the wee hours of this morning (Oct. 30). The interview took place at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Fla., around 7 in the morning!
More fan-shot footage of Axl Rose has turned up on the Internet, pulling in viewers who are following the singer's journey as Guns N’ Roses continue on their first major tour in years. The latest clip to pop up online shows Rose strolling around onstage during a GN'R gig in Mexico City -- and taking a nasty fall, much to the amusement of many laughing fans in the crowd.
So, the last video we saw of Axl Rose was the Guns N' Roses frontman allegedly entering an airport in Rosaria, Argentina, a little disgruntled, but it seems the tide has changed. As Guns N’ Roses continue the South American leg of their world tour, a new video has surfaced, this one showing a jovial Rose cajoling with fans at what appears to be a bar at the Hotel Sheraton in Asunción, Paraguay.
Welcome to the jungle, baby! A recent video posted on YouTube is stirring up a maelstrom of controversy, the big question posed – was it, or was it not Axl Rose? The shaky video shows a suspicious character resembling the moody Guns N’ Roses frontman angrily exiting a car and storming into the airport in Rosaria, Argentina, after the band’s Oct. 10 concert there.
This smackdown is perhaps the most infamous “musician vs. crowd member” moment of all time. During the middle of a St. Louis Guns N' Roses concert in 1991, frontman Axl Rose dove into the crowd to confiscate a camera from a fan