Steven Adler to Play MS Benefit!

Steven Adler

Steven Adler Announced To Play MS Benefit This Month!

Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler will be playing the 7th annual “Rock Against MS” benefit show on March 30, 2019. Check out Steven Adler’s post below announcing his appearance at the show

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Come on down to @rockagainstms to support a good cause and hear some rock and roll!!! #rockandroll #livemusic #gnr #dogood #helpothers #picoftheday #doubletap #igers

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Duff McKagan Attends Screening of New Iggy Pop and John Varvatos Documentary!

Punk rock God Duff McKagan attended the screening of Iggy Pop’s and fashion designer John Varvatos new documentary called “Punk.” The 4 part documentary chronicles the history of Punk Rock. There was a panel that was held to discuss the film and Johnny Rotten and Marky Ramone got into a bit of an arguement. Check out Duff’s post and video footage below of the spat. The documentary airs on March 11th on EPIX!

Slash Reveals He Designed the First Guns N’ Roses Logo

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash sat down with a German publication and talked about his plans after his tour with the Conspirators wraps up in August in addition to his drawings. Check out what he had to say about who designed the first Guns N’ Roses logo!

ZEIT ONLINE: You also draw yourself.

Slash: But just for fun. I designed the first Guns N ‘Roses logo, all our flyers – and my tattoos. Most of the time it was born out of necessity: it served my musical career. Now I draw only if I feel like scribbling a bit. I would never have imagined doing art to deny my life. It was just something that I knew how to do. On the other hand, for a long time I did not intend to become a musician. Although music has always been part of my life.

Bumblefoot Teams Up With David Ellefson

According to Blabbermouth

On a recent visit to Boston, MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson and ex-GUNS N’ ROSES guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal spent a full evening talking with kids about their lives in the music business and sharing their hard-earned wisdom. A few lucky young people beamed as they strutted around with Bumblefoot‘s double-necked guitar around their necks. But the hands-down thrill of the evening for all in the room was a rocking jam session.

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West End House’s innovative and responsive programming annually serves over 1,700 youth between the age of 7 and 24, with more than half of membership comprised of youth ages 13 and older. Youth come from nearly every Boston neighborhood — approximately 60% of youth reside in Allston-Brighton, and 40% live in other Boston neighborhoods, including Dorchester, Roxbury, and Mattapan.

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