Guns N’ Roses Share Epic Duff McKagan Photo

Guns N’ Roses Share Awesome Duff McKagan Photo

Guns N’ Roses shared a great photo of bassist Duff McKagan who is a SUPER PUNK ROCKER! Check it out here.

Slash Apparently Drools in the Studio When Playing Solos

Full in Bloom podcast did an interview recently with Micajah Ryan who worked on Guns N’ Roses 1987 ‘Appetite for Destruction’ album. They revealed a weird habit of Guns N’ roses guitarist Slash in the studio revealing

He did have a habit, I don’t if you ever noticed it, he concentrates so hard when he’s doing the solos that his lower lip protrudes. And he drools, and it will eventually spill over to long strings of saliva all the way down to the ground.

“And it happened in the studio. He’s so focused when he plays, he doesn’t realize he’s drooling – or doesn’t care. I never figured out which one it was, whether he didn’t realize it or he didn’t care.”

Guns N’ Roses to Headline ‘Bottle Rock Festival’ in Napa

With a return to normalcy returning to the world after a long year, it was announced that Guns N’ Roses, Stevie Nicks and Foo Fighters will headline the ‘Bottle Rock Festival’ in Napa Valley. The festival will occur over three days – Sept. 3-5 – at the Napa Valley Expo in Napa Valley, California. Check out the full lineup below!

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Gilby Clarke Reveals How Things Went Down At Rock Hall

Former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke revealed his “wow” moment during the band’s induction into the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame back in 2012.

Up until the very last moment it wasn’t clear who would show up, if any would appear.

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Former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke told Misplaced Straws

“I did not even know Guns N’ Roses was up for the Hall of Fame … until maybe a couple months before the actual induction ceremony,”

Clarke revealed he felt hurt after not being inducted himself telling the same interviewer:

“When I found out how it went down and all that stuff, I was like, ‘Wait a minute, I’m feeling a little left out here.’ It did bum me out.”

“So, Duff called me a couple of days before [and] he said, ‘Hey, we’re going to play at the Hall of Fame. We’d love for you to play with us.’ Before I even thought about it, I said yes.”

“The only time it ever really felt weird was there was a moment when the guys went out to make their acceptance speech,” he said, “and they basically herded them to a stage and me and Myles to a tiny little corner. I kind of went, ‘Wow, okay.’ It just did feel bad.”

Clarke would claim that the band didn’t decide to perform together online until hours before the ceremony.

“There was a lot of weirdness over it at that time,”

“We didn’t have any techs with us … it was a rented backline. … Basically, there were three Marshall heads; Slash grabbed one, and I grabbed one. When we went to play and they introduced Guns N’ Roses, literally the song we played, my part came in first. … I heard [something] and my amp – I’m not joking – went up in smoke. Mike, who is Duff’s guitar player, was standing next to me, and we looked at each other like this: ‘That was smoke, right?’”

“You can hear, I think, Steven starting the song, and you can hear me in the back trying to get a sound. I mean, that was, like, so Guns N’ Roses!”