Axl Rose Reveals His Favourite Band And Singer!

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Axl Rose Discusses Band “Queen” in Latest Interview

Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose gave an interview to Abu Dhabi publication discussing a wide variety of topics including favourite cities to tour, his love of racing and more. He was also asked about who the best band and frontman are in his opinion! Check out his response below! Read the full interview here.

GNR has been headlining and playing stadiums all over the world for over 30 years now – and you’re considered to be one of the greatest frontmen ever. But who do you think deserves that accolade?

For me, it’s easy – Queen is the greatest band and Freddie [Mercury] is the greatest frontman of all time. The band are the greatest because they embraced so many different styles.

Rolling Stone Magazine Publishes Article on “Chinese Democracy” 10th Year Anniversary and Mentions GNR Central!

Rolling Stone Magazine published an article about 10 things you didn’t know about “Chinese Democracy”. You can read the full article here. The number 2 point mentions our interview with Producer on the album between 98-2000 Sean Beaven.

 

2. The majority of Axl’s vocals were recorded nine years before the album was actually released.
During his time in the producer’s seat, Sean Beavan recorded 35 songs for the album before amicably parting ways with the band in 2000. “There’s a certain thing you have to have with Axl, and I don’t think we ever had the right guy [producing the record],” Tommy Stinson told Yahoo! Entertainment in 2017. “Sean Beavan was the closest, and most of the songs on that record pretty much started and ended up with what he did.”

Indeed, despite the subsequent involvement of producer Roy Thomas Baker, who convinced Axl to re-record most of the album, Axl apparently decided to keep most of the vocals he’d recorded with Beavan and use them on the album. In a February 2018 interview for the Guns N’ Roses Central podcast, Beavan recalled that he was surprised to see himself credited on eight of the 14 album tracks. “Most of the vocals they used on the record were the ones that I had done in ’99,” he said. I’m sure every single thing I recorded was re-recorded by somebody else, because the band members changed so much — and every time the band changed, Axl would want to re-record with the new guy. I think the only things that didn’t get re-recorded were the vocals.”