GUNS N’ ROSES Star Performs “Patience” During COVID 19 Isolation

MATT SORUM, Former GUNS N’ ROSES Drummer Performs “Patience”

Former GUNS N’ ROSES drummer MATT SORUM released a video to fans on social media of him performing “Patience” from the band’s 1988 EP “GN’R LIES.” Check it out below!

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The post on his Instagram opens up with the drummer saying

: “Here I am again with my guitar. I’m out in the backyard here in the desert. You see my palm trees. It’s getting a little chilly, so I put on this wooly hat in tribute to Izzy Stradlin, one of the writers of this next song. I was very fortunate to play with my old bandmates on this song. Obviously, I was on the drums. I’m gonna play it for you tonight on the guitar and sing it. I hope you enjoy my version. This one’s called Patience.”

Sadly for GUNS N’ ROSES fans, Chicago Review Press, the drummer’s publisher has pushed back the release date of his autobiography titled “Double Talkin’ Jive: True Rock ‘N’ Roll Stories From The Drummer Of Guns N’ Roses, The Cult, And Velvet Revolver”, to July 7 from the previously announced April 7.

Analyzing ALICE IN CHAINS Song “Your Decision”

Today I wanted to take a look at the ALICE IN CHAINS song “Your Decision” from the group’s first album following the death of original frontman LAYNE STALEY. The song was featured on the group’s 2009 album “Black Gives Way to Blue.” Check out our analysis of the video below!

IZZY STRADLIN Celebrates Birthday & Gives Coronavirus Advice

GUNS N’ ROSES guitarist IZZY STRADLIN tweeted out to fans and asked everyone to stay safe given the coronavirus epidemic. Check out his tweet below!

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Thank you everyone !
Stay safe !

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The CULT’s $60 Million Lawsuit

Today I wanted to take a look at the $60 million lawsuit that the British band THE CULT got caught up in during the release of their 1991 record “Ceremony.” Check it out in today’s video

JOSH KLINGHOFFER Reveals How He Joined The Band

Former RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS guitarist JOSH KLINGHOFFER  was recently interviewed on the Marc Maron Podcast and revealed how he joined the band in 2007 during the Stadium Arcadium tour saying:

“Gnarls Barkley, maybe through a label, they start opening for the Chili Peppers in the Stadium Arcadium period. This is great for me because I’m friends with them, so I’m in there. How did that happen? There was a cancelation due to the snow storm, so there was a makeup show on one of the legs, and Gnarls decided at the last minute not to go down to Mexico.

But because I’m friends with the Chili Peppers, I’m like, ‘You guys are crazy, Mexico City is the greatest place to play. Expletive you guys, I’m going to go with them.’ So I go, and I hadn’t seen John in awhile, because I had been on tour, so we hung out, it was fun.”

SuperHeroSong posted on the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS subreddit  “In the podcast Josh states that he dropped out of High School at age 15 around 1995 and practically just stayed in his room playing guitar all the time. He started playing with Bob Forrest when he was 17 in 1997 and the Bicycle Thief record was released in 1999. The guitar playing in that record is very sophisticated, it amazes me how talented Josh became at such a young age. It’s crazy how he and Bob met at just the right time and how that eventually led to Josh joining RHCP. A lot of similarities between John and Josh.”

In other RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS news, the band revealed why they never kept JOSH KLINGHOFFER on board to play rhythm guitar and other instruments on tour. 

I think it’s crazy they let Josh go and didn’t keep him. What are your guys thoughts.