Guns N’ Roses
Axl Rose would like you to know, he’s alive and well and getting a good laugh at some recent headline-grabbing news pertaining to him reportedly being dead.
It took them reportedly 14 years to make Chinese Democracy, which finally saw the light of day in 2008, but Guns N’ Roses’ followup is almost done — if it isn’t already.
Turns out, Axl doesn’t think the honor is deserved, but does have a long list of singers he would rather listen to than himself.
If you woke up this morning and turned on The Kevin & Bean Show like usual, you may have been a bit surprised at some of the music you heard coming out of your speakers like Spice Girls, Eddie Murphy, and Vanilla Ice.
Last night (May 21), Axl Rose responded to an online report that he was considering putting an end to his longtime band, Guns N’ Roses.
The band’s former bassist will reunite with Axl Rose for the first time since 2010.
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Guns N’ Roses, Avenged Sevenfold and Kid Rock will headline this year’s Rock on The Range festival, taking place May 16-18 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.
Popular IFC comedy series is known for cameos from famous musicians, having already featured the likes of Jack White and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder on past episodes.
The hubbub came mainly from the album’s “hidden track,” where Axl Rose performed an acoustic version of Charles Manson’s “Look At Your Game, Girl.” Rose wasn’t shy about his love for Manson, rocking shirts with the singers’ face during the Use Your Illusion tour. The song…well, there’s a reason it’s hidden: It doesn’t add to the album, and feels tacked on solely to gain attention.