Richard Fortus Joins Slash on Stage in St. Louis to Play “Nightrain”
Guns N’ Roses guitarist Richard Fortus who is from St. Louis joined Slash and the Conspirators during their gig in St. Louis last night. Check out footage of them below!
Slash Discusses Why Guns N’ Roses Frontman Axl Rose Used to Go On Late
Today we take a look at why Guns N’ Roses lost money on the “Use Your Illusion Tour” and why Axl Rose used to go on late. Check it out below!
Whatever Happened to Sponge?
Today on my second YouTube channel I take a look at 90’s rockers “Sponge” who were well known for their hit song “Plowed.” but whatever happened to the band and how did politically correct radio host Howard Stern keep them alive? We take a look at that today
Matt Sorum Posts Photo of His Band “The Neurotic Outsiders” With Duff Mckagan
Back in 1995 Guns N’ Roses members Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum formed a supergroup named “The Neurotic Outsiders” with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols and John Taylor of Duran Duran.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Takes a Tumble During “Walk This Way”
Aerosmith was performing a show in Maryland frontman Steven Tyler fell onstage during the band’s live performance of “Walk This Way.” You can see it below!
James Hetfield Calls Woman Who Scared Off Cougar By Blasting “Don’t Tread on Me” By Metallica
Last week, it was reported that British Columbia resident Dee Gallant came face to face with a cougar while walking her dog outside the city of Duncan on Vancouver Island.
After numerous attempts to scare off the animal had no effect, Gallant turned to her phone and blasted out Metallica’s Don’t Tread On Me which resulted in the wild animal fleeing back into the woods.
Well, her dream came true as the Metallica frontman called her – and to prove it was really him, Hetfield sent her a selfie.
Gallant tells CTV News Vancouver: “I was a little bit lost for words. It’s surreal how quickly it happened and how far it’s gone. The fact that he’s so down to earth and such a great person, I’m very pleased to find that out first-hand.”
They pair chatted about the story and how it had been picked up across the world, their love of dogs and the island’s Cowichan Valley.
“I can’t believe he knows my dog’s name,” she said. “If you had told the 18-year-old me that this would happen, I never would’ve believed it. I would’ve just fallen out of my skin with excitement.”