Shooter Jennings Gives New Interview Where He Talks About Producing New Duff McKagan Album
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Singer/Producer Shooter Jennings gave an interview recently to Billboard Magazine where he talked about what’s he’s up to lately. During the interview he revealed that “In addition to his own records, Jennings loves getting to sit behind the glass while producing other artists. “I love doing records on people. I’m working with Marilyn Manson on a project right now, and a lot of cool people. I’m doing a record on Duff McKagan from Guns N’ Roses, so I’m getting into a lot of L.A. people that are pretty cool. With all the other things I was doing, being able to go straight country was a lot of fun.” Maybe the quote was written down wrong or transcribed wrong. I think he meant he is doing a record with Duff Mckagan.
In case you guys didn’t know, Shooter Jennings has performed live with both Duff, Slash and Matt Sorum, almost became Velvet Revolver’s singer and toured with Duff McKagan.
Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators to Play Three Whisky Shows?
Guns N’ Roses Guitarist Slash was recently interviewed on Eddie Trunk’s show where he revealed he’d be playing a private show for Sirius XM subscribers on September 11, 2018 at the Whisky A Go-Go. He also revealed during the interview he’d be playing a public show on September 13th, 2018. This prompted Slash’s bassist Todd Kerns to post a message on Social Media saying “What About September 12th?” to the Whisky, which could indicate three shows in a row being played at the venue. As we get more information on this story we’ll keep you guys up to date.
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Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash talked about the possibility of recording new music with the band on yesterday’s edition of Trunk Nation LA Invasion: Live From The Rainbow Bar & Grill on SiriusXM. Slash was asked if the band would be working on new music
He responded: “It’s been talked about. I think everybody wants to do it, and we’ll just see what happens. We’ve been busy doing this running around the planet.”
Guns N’ Roses Play the Longest Show of the Use Your Illusion Tour At the Great Western Forum in Inglewood!
According to HereTodayGoneToHell, it is the 27th year anniversary of Guns N’ Roses longest show of the Use Your Illusion Tour! Guns N’ Roses played four shows in a row at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood. The fourth show would be the band’s longest of the two and a half year long tour. It would be the last show of the North America Leg of the Tour. Following the show, Guns N’ Roses and opener Skid Row would head to Finland to kick off the European Leg of the Tour. This European Tour would be Izzy Stradlin’s last with the band until 1993. According to HereTodayGoneToHell the show at the Great Western Forum featured the following highlights!
The band plays at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, CA. This show was the longest one on the whole Use Your Illusion world tour. According to Duff it was three hours, 36 minutes and 19 seconds long. The show starts with Sid Vicious’ version of “My Way” as an intro, Perfect Crime is the first song and Paradise City ends the set.
“Double Talkin’ Jive” is dedicated to “some asshole at CBS News who likes to call me a punk”.
Shannon Hoon makes guest appearances on Don’t Cry and You Ain’t The First. Sebastian Bach joins the band for You’re Crazy.
The setlist of the show is as follows:
Right Next Door To Hell,
Live And Let Die,
It’s So Easy,
Dust N’ Bones,
Double Talkin’ Jive,
I Was Only Joking [Intro] / Patience,
You Could Be Mine,
Piano Solo, November Rain,
Welcome To The Jungle,
Pretty Tied Up,
Don’t Cry [w/ Shannon Hoon],
Only Women Bleed [Intro] / Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
You Ain’t The First [w/ Shannon Hoon],
Used To Love Her,
Move To The City,
Bad Time [Intro] / Sweet Child O’ Mine,
You’re Crazy [w/ Sebastian Bach],
Out Ta Get Me,