Kings of Chaos Cover Paradise City
According to Blabbermouth
KINGS OF CHAOS performed at RiverEdge Park in Aurora, Illinois on June 22. The supergroup’s lineup for the show included three lead vocalists: Sebastian Bach (SKID ROW), Dee Snider (TWISTED SISTER) and Lou Gramm (FOREIGNER). They were joined by guitarists Gilby Clarke (GUNS N’ ROSES) and Warren DeMartini (RATT), bassist James LoMenzo ,(MEGADETH) and drummer Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp)
Fan-filmed video footage of KINGS OF CHAOS‘s concert — which included renditions of classic songs from SKID ROW, RATT, GUNS N’ ROSES, FOREIGNER and TWISTED SISTER — can be seen below.
Originally formed in 2012 as ROCK ‘N’ ROLL ALL STARS, KINGS OF CHAOS features a core lineup of members as well as a rotating cast of guest musicians.
Check out their cover of “Paradise City” by Guns N’ Roses below!
Todd Kerns Sends Best Wishes To Steven Adler
On Thursday night it was reported that Guns N’ Roses former drummer Steven Adler was hospitalized with a knife wound to his stomach. It was a superficial wound and he will be fine according to his spokesperson. Slash’s bandmate Todd Kerns wished Steven Adler a speedy recovery below.
Duff McKagan Discusses Izzy Stradlin’s Absence From the Guns N’ Roses Reunion
Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan recently spoke with Rolling Stone Music Now and discussed the reason behind Izzy Stradlin’s decision about not joining the “Not In This Lifetime Tour”
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“I have to say one thing, listening to this record, you know who would really like this record – Izzy, Unfortunately, he was not part of this reunion, it didn’t work out, what is your take on all of that? It is undeniably unfortunate.”
“Yeah and it wasn’t from us not trying. I don’t know if I have a take beyond what we tried and do and how hard we worked at that. Touring and a big rock band is not for everybody, that is my take on that.”
Duff also revealed that he couldn’t even figure out why Izzy made such a statement that him not being in the reunion was something related to money.
Host asked this:
“Izzy said it came down to money, which is interesting.”
“Yeah, I don’t even know, I just couldn’t figure it out. There’s a lot of coming and going and this was another chapter of that coming and going.
I don’t want to say anything that is [inaudible] because I love that guy, Slash and I are sober guys and we went at it with solution based: “let’s make this work” but [in the case of Stradlin] it just didn’t and maybe some other time.”
My take on it is that Guns N’ Roses didn’t want to pay Izzy Stradlin what he was worth and it’s pretty shameful to say the least. Duff claims to be “punk rock”, but he sold out for money. Not to say Richard isn’t a great guitar player, but he’s no Izzy.