Welcome to the jungle, we've got fun 'n' games … and apparently those games are fueled by Gatorade! The thirst-quenching sports drink has selected the Guns N' Roses anthem 'Welcome to the Jungle' to soundtrack their latest advertisement, which also stars Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper.
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It happens more frequently than you'd think, as artists go into the studio, lay down a track and expect that it will be an afterthought only to have it become one of the bigger songs of their career. In a new interview, Slash tells WEBN radio host Kidd Chris that he wasn't initially sold on Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child O' Mine.'
In an exciting bit of news, former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan surprised fans everywhere when it was revealed he would be performing with the band for a handful of South American tour dates. With the return of McKagan, fans can't help but wonder about the possibly of other former GN'R legends sharing the stage with Axl Rose again, but during a new interview with Slash, the guitarist explains why it's "just not going to happen."
It's a good time to be a rock fan in South America. That's because Guns N' Roses are currently making their way through several cities with the help of a very special guest -- bassist Duff McKagan. The returning Guns N' Roses musician is filling in for the band's regular bassist Tommy Stinson while he fulfills touring obligations with his other group, The Replacements.
One of the hottest tickets of the year is the upcoming Guns N' Roses 'An Evening of Destruction. No Trickery' residency at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas this spring. Loudwire and our partner site Ultimate Classic Rock wants you to be there and we're teaming with AEG Live to give you that opportunity.
Are you ready for 'The Birdcage'? A number of rockers from name bands are teaming up for a unique project that will bring the world of video games and music together.
Up to 80,000 fans were expected for the Hell & Heaven Metal Fest coming up March 15 and 16 just outside Mexico City. However, the event, which features KISS, Guns N’ Roses, Twisted Sister, Rob Zombie, Testament and Opeth, is in doubt after being stopped by the Mexican state government. However, the organizers say the festival will go on as planned.
Motley Crue's 'The Dirt' will be heading to the big screen soon, and there have been films chronicling the lives of rock bands over the years, but former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash says he's not interested in ever seeing a biopic of the early years of GN'R ever gracing the silver screen.