Guns N’ Roses Release Version of Music Video for ‘It’s So Easy’ With New Footage Exclusively on Apple Music!

New Version of ‘It’s So Easy’ Released on Apple Music!

Guns N’ Roses social media channels teased the release of the unreleased music video for ‘It’s So Easy’ on Apple Music this past weekend. For years the music video for ‘It’s So Easy’ had been available on YouTube, but the newly released video on Apple Music is in high definition and features some previously unseen footage. You can only watch the video if you have an Apple Music account, but according to the MYGNRFORUMS there was one poster who asked what was new and another poster provided further clarification

  13 hours ago, AxlRoseCDII said:

What’s there to discuss? Hasn’t this video been in circulation for years?

Its not the same, lots of shots are different and theres footage of Axl with two girls on a limo and an Axl speech as the intro. And is all film footage, insane quality, not sd tape quality, no one ever saw 80s GNR in this quality, unless you saw GNR live back then. 

They also included some screenshots from the video of the new footage. You can even at one point see Axl and Duff switching instruments with Axl on guitar and Duff on drums.

Below is the version that has been on YouTube for years!

Myles Gives His Two Cents About Being Successful in Music Industry

Alter Bridge vocalist Myles Kennedy was asked by WRIF on what he believes are “keys to your success” throughout the years, to which he replied (transcribed by Ultimate Guitar):

“Dumb luck. [Laughs] I think a lot of it has been that I do work really hard. I love what I do.

“Someone had told me once that in the music industry – or anything you do – there’s a certain amount of luck involved. But you have to be prepared when you get those lucky breaks. So it’s that marriage of work ethic and when the moment comes to be ready for it.

“I think more of anything that’s probably what it was, learning it very early on – just to have love and devotion to your craft and take it seriously.

“Someone said that the other day, which I thought was really brilliant. He said, ‘Don’t take yourself too seriously, but take your work seriously.’ And that’s something that I think is very important.”
How many times a day you get complimented on ‘Blackbird’?
“We really see it when we’re touring. We do these meet-and-greets and it’s amazing how many people have the ‘Blackbird‘ image that we have on our record. They have attached it on their body or they have the song lyrics on their body and a tattoo…

“So it’s pretty amazing. If someone told me 10 years ago when we put that song together how much that song was gonna resonate with our fanbase, it would definitely blow my mind. So it’s been cool to see that.”

Kennedy was also asked about the country influences on his recent debut solo album “Year of the Tiger,” to which he replied:

“It probably comes from more of an acoustic-blues-based approach. That’s a genre that I really love, and I always wanted to make a record in that vein.

“I also felt like… Considering that I sing with Alter Bridge and sing with Slash & The Conspirators – if I did a record musically that touched on the same hallmarks of either of those projects, it would kind of dilute things a little bit.

“So I figured this is the time to do something different, and to do that we’ll need a different sonic tapestry to have the chance to sing over. So I definitely went for more of a blues and acoustic-based approach for it.”