Guns N' Roses' Dizzy Reed discusses the band's plans for a potential album in a new interview.
Guns N’ Roses fans had to wait a long time for 2008's 'Chinese Democracy' album, but according to keyboardist Dizzy Reed, the follow-up may be released soon.
Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed has just shared a double dose of important band news.
With this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction day now upon us, we’ve heard from quite a few of the past and present Guns N’ Roses members including Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Steven Adler and Izzy Stradlin on why they will or will not be in attendance. Now, former GN’R drummer Matt Sorum is weighing in with what he thinks could have helped sway Rose and Stradlin to attend the festivities.
Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed went from playing the Whisky in Hollywood on Thursday nights to flying to clubs in private jets overnight when he joined the ranks of GN'R in 1990. Reed hooked up with the band when they were at their musical and cultural apex AKA the biggest, baddest band in the world. If Reed wanted a trial by fire, he got it. He recalled his early days in the band while the band was on its current U.S tour.
Keyboardist Dizzy Reed is the second-longest serving member in the turbulent history of Guns N' Roses. Throughout the fights, riots and substance abuse issues with other GN'R members, Reed has stood vigilant at his post and continued through good and rough times. Recently, Ultimate Classic Rock spoke with Reed about his 20 years with the band, touring and the possibility of a new Guns N' Roses album.