Guns N’ Roses To Headline The Festival on Friday
The day-by-day Voodoo Music & Arts Experience schedule is out and Guns N’ Roses is set to headline the festival’s first day. The festival takes place from October 25-27th. You can view the full schedule here.
The annual festival which takes place Halloween weekend in City Park will feature a Friday night performance from the band that boasts classic rock hits like “Sweet Child O’ Mine” and “Welcome to the Jungle.”
Saturday’s top-billed act is Grammy-winning artist Beck and rapper Post Malone will close out the weekend with a Sunday night set.
The Making of Guns N’ Roses “Chinese Democracy” In 1995!
Today we take a look at the making of Guns N’ Roses long awaited album “Chinese Democracy.” We specifically take a look at 1995 and how the band was starting to splinter at the time!
AC/DC Teases Possible Major Announcement?
AC/DC is not very active on social media. On Instagram they recently published the post below which led some to believe a major announcement is coming. It was reported last week that the band would announce an upcoming tour with Brian Johnson any day now. It’s important to note that their last post on Instagram is from 2017. It’s also important to note that their album “Highway to Hell” turns 40 years old later this month.
Guns N’ Roses and Metallica Launched Their Co-Headlining Tour 27 Years Ago Today
27 Years ago Today Guns N’ Roses and Metallica launched their ill-fated co-headlining tour in Washington D.C. Fraught with late starts, cancellations, and riots the tour amazingly last for several months. Today we take a look back at that tour in our video down below! I’ve also included a video all about the Montreal Riot from 1992.
Slash Reveals His Two Favourite Newer Guitarists
Slash gave an interview to the Montreal Gazette recently and discussed his two favourite “newer” guitarists saying the following
“One of the newer guitarists I’m really listening to is Gary Clark Jr., who is really bringing something to it, and I’ve been following Derek Trucks for a long time, too.”