While Guns N' Roses are off the road, guitarist Richard Fortus will help other aspiring musicians learn his chosen trade. The axeman has agreed to host a master class this coming week at the University of Central Oklahoma that will give him a chance to share his skill.
Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose and fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger may have a contentious past, but it appears that all is good between the two celebrities as the singer and his band turned up for a party in honor of Hilfiger's new flagship store Wednesday night (Feb. 13).
Guns N' Roses were carving out their niche as one of rock's hardest bands when 'Patience' came along in late 1988. This lovelorn ballad spoke to the loneliness of life on the road and trying to set a loved one's mind at ease about the distance.
Rocklahoma -- the name says it all and this year the headliners definitely live up to the festival's moniker. Organizers for the festival have rounded up Guns N' Roses, Alice in Chains and Korn to headline the three-day music weekend May 24-26 at the "Catch the Fever" Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma.
He wasn't the original Guns N' Roses drummer, but Matt Sorum could definitely hold his own when it came to partying with his notoriously excessive bandmates. The drummer tells TMZ he had some good times over the years with drinking games, and he recalled his favorite in a video interview.
Get ready to witness the greatest thing to ever grace your eyeballs and penetrate your earholes. This old man from India is a karaoke master: He can literally sing anything! Don't believe us? We've got the clips of the man singing Metallica's 'Enter Sandman,' Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child O' Mine' and AC/DC's 'Highway to Hell.'
New York's annual Governors Ball festival recently revealed its lineup for the 2013 event, and it's an eclectic mix of primarily indie rock bands and hip-hop acts. But there was one headliner not announced that remained a mystery. Organizers have now filled in that rather conspicuous blank with legendary rockers Guns N' Roses.
Guns N' Roses have taken a few knocks in recent years for appearing onstage late or rolling past curfews as a result, but one of the main reasons for that occurrence is the production value that they're bringing to audiences around the world.
As part of their 12-show ‘Appetite for Democracy’ residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. back in November, Guns N’ Roses recorded one of the shows for an upcoming 3D concert film. Fans can now get a taste of the upcoming release with a first look video preview featuring one of the band’s classic tunes, ‘Paradise City.’
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.
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