Guns N’ Roses Frontman Axl Rose Makes Rolling Stones List of Greatest Singers of All Time, Grunge/Metal Icons Not Included!

Axl Rose Makes Rolling Stones New List of 100 Greatest Singers of All Time!

Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose was included on a new Rolling Stone list of the greatest 100 singers of all time, while Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Alice in Chains Frontmen Eddie Vedder Chris Cornell and Layne Staley never made the list. Also not on the list was Metallica and Judas Priest frontmen James Hetfield and Rob Halford.  was snubbed. Many fans pointed out that Rose managed to make the list while Vedder and other prominent names didn’t. Axl Rose was recently involved in a bad collision with Slash on stage during a recent Guns N’ Roses show. 

Steel Panther and Motley Crue Get Into Feud

Following Steel Panther making a joke about Vince Neil in an interview with Little Punk People, Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx blasted Steel Panther, calling the glam metal jokesters a “wanna be band” and “backstabbers.” Steel Panther’s drummer Stix Zadinia responded to Sixx with two tweets.

It started when Little Punk People asked Zadinia and singer Michael Starr who they’d like to bring back from the dead. Starr answer Motley Crue singer Vince Neil — who is still alive — and later clarified, “I’d bring back the Vince Neil from back in the day, because that guy is dead.”

This upset Sixx’s outrage, who also said “the singer in Steal [sic] Panther can go expletive himself,” which was ironic given that one of Steel Panther’s latest singles is titled, “All I Wanna Do Is Expletive(Myself Tonight).” Zadinia laughed it off in his first tweet, saying, “Sounds like someone needs some expletive attention.”

Steel Panther and Motley Crue toured together in 2011 when the two groups toured together alongside Def Leppard. Starr claimed that Crue hated Steel Panther and that the two sides had butted heads. Zadinia brushed off how his band may not necessarily be the “backstabbers” Sixx claims them to be. “In order to stab someone in the back, you have to have been somewhat cordial to begin with,” wrote the drummer in a second tweet.

See both tweets directly below.

Steel Panther’s new album, Heavy Metal Rules, was released earlier this year and the group is on tour through the end of the year. See their upcoming tour dates below.

Steel Panther 2019 North American Tour Dates

Oct. 19 – Poughkeepsie, N.Y. @ The Chance Theater
Oct. 20 – Portland, Maine @ State Theatre
Nov. 24 – Boston, Mass. @ House of Blues
Nov. 26 – New York, N.Y. @ Gramercy Theatre
Nov. 27 – New York, N.Y. @ Gramercy Theatre
Nov. 29 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Nov. 30 – Grand Rapids, Mich. @ 20 Monroe Live
Dec. 2 – Toronto, Ontario @ REBEL
Dec. 3 – Cleveland, Ohio @ House of Blues
Dec. 4 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Bogart’s
Dec. 6 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ The Rave
Dec. 7 – Detroit, Mich. @ The Fillmore
Dec. 8 – Chicago, Ill. @ House of Blues
Dec. 10 – Madison, Wis. @ The Sylvee
Dec. 11 – St. Louis, Mo. @ The Pageant
Dec. 13 – Wichita, Kan. @ The Cotillion
Dec. 14 – Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Diamond Ballroom
Dec. 15 – Kansas City, Mo. @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
Dec. 22 – Suquamish, Wash. @ Clearwater Casino