Super Rare Photo of AXL ROSE & SLASH Together On Stage from 1993!

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Rare Shot of AXL ROSE & SLASH On Stage From 1993

This is a pretty awesome shot I haven’t previously seen that has surfaced online. This is taken from early 1993 during GUNS NROSES show in Auckland, New Zealand and shows frontman AXL ROSE and guitarist SLASH on stage together.

AXL ROSE Almost Broke Up VELVET REVOLVER

Back in 2005/2006 it was a pretty stressful time for SLASH, DUFF MCKAGAN and MATT SORUM who used to be members of GUNS NROSES. Rumors were flying about their current group at the time VELVET REVOLVER and all the tension going on. A lot of that tension was started by GUNS N’ ROSES frontman AXL ROSE who almost successfully broke up the band amid rumors that GUNS NROSES were reforming. Check it out in today’s video below!

New Photo of MATT SORUM From 1993 Surfaces with GUNS N’ ROSES

A previously unseen photo of GUNS NROSES drummer MATT SORUM from 1993 during the band’s trio of Japan shows at the beginning of the year has surfaced online. We had previously posted a photo of some rare shots of AXL ROSE and SLASH together from the same trio of shows. On the last night RONNIE WOOD of THE ROLLING STONES joined the band online. Check it out below.

JOEY KRAMER Rejoins AEROSMITH On Stage

Drummer JOEY KRAMER made his long awaited return to AEROSMITH last night performing with the band in Las Vegas as part of their “Deuces Are Wild” Residency.

Up until this point JOEY KRAMER filed a lawsuit against AEROSMITH claiming that they were preventing him from returning and that they made him rehearse for to see if his playing was up to snuff. A judge threw out the lawsuit the weekend before AEROSMITH was set to perform at the GRAMMY’s.

As the band took to the stage at the MGM Park Theatre Singer Steven Tyler announced, “On the drums, Mr. Joey Kramer” which resulted in loud cheers from the audience. The band began the set with the song “Let the Music Do the Talking.” During the concert frontman STEVEN TYLER could be seen spending some time in front of JOEY KRAMER’s drum kit mouthing words to him. You can watch the performance of “Let the Music Do The Talking” below!