Axl Rose’s Masterpiece November Rain Featured Some Headscratching Questions When It came to the Music Video
In 1992 Guns N’ Roses would unleash their epic music video for “November Rain”, but many fans were wondering why Stephanie Seymour’s character died. Today we take a look at what happened and the reason she died at the end of the video.
Never Before Seen Photos of Edmonton’s Historic 1993 Gig in Canada
Big thanks to my friend for this! Guns N’ Roses played Edmonton, Alberta in 1993 and no evidence of the show other than a concert ticket was online. Now it appears a newspaper article from the local paper The Edmonton Journal reviewing the show has surfaced. Check it out below along with some never before seen photos of the gig! Check out all the newspaper clipping below!
Guns N’ Roses Could’ve Recorded Fall to Pieces According to Axl Rose
Back in 2008, Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose mentioned that Slash played him the early bits of “Fall to Pieces” prior to him leaving the group in the 90’s. Check it out below!
Duff McKagan Talks KISS and How He Prepares To Tour
Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan was interviewed by Chris Jericho’s podcast, Talk is Jericho. McKagan and Jericho briefly discussed the KISS tour and how Duff gets ready to tour with Guns N’ Roses and balance everything in his life.
Jericho: I just saw KISS a couple times at their Farewell Tour.
Duff: Yeah, yeah I saw one of those shows.
Jericho: Amazing show, still some old school guys complaining. For example, Peter Criss. Peter Criss couldn’t do that show. It’s nothing against him but it’s as you said the gig shape is not the same. There’s a two hour show, a three hour show, you have to be playing the whole time – you have to be practicing a whole lot and ready to go. So I can see that, a guy who has been off for years, I don’t even know where he is or if Criss even was considered but it’s hard to come back and jump right into it even if you wanted to in the first place.
Jericho: You really have to go to the treadmill and do all that other stuff – practice eight hours a day.
Duff: Also have the mindset to really be: “we’re gonna do this, we’re gonna do it right and we are gonna do it for a while.” Going out and leaving your home for twelve weeks at a time or whatever it is isn’t the easiest thing in the world to do. You and I have been touring, we know how to juggle family, flying back to Tampa tonight, flying to Liverpool for a day and flying back home. You’re in Los Angeles today, you know how to juggle your kids, your wife – not juggle, that’s not the right word but you know how to schedule things so your family is at the top of everything. However you gotta do these shows, it’s a hole, almost military campaign to get this thing together so that everybody’s cool. If you’re not prepared to do that it’s going to be very hard.