More news from the world of Slash this morning as the former Guns N' Roses guitarist has announced his full summer touring schedule, which will see Slash joined by vocalist Myles Kennedy and backing back the Conspirators for a run of both headlining shows and festival appearances.
Adler — the new band from ex-Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler — have just released their first-ever music video. You can check out the clip for "The One That You Hated" below, courtesy of Rolling Stone.
While the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony won't air on HBO until early next month, the below bit of fan-filmed footage featuring former Guns N' Roses members Slash, Duff McKagan, Gilby Clarke and Steven Adler performing "Sweet Child O Mine" might tide you over 'til then.
Following his no-show at this past week's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Axl Rose has issued a follow-up statement, which he wants to make clear "was written for GNR's official website, Facebook account and my personal twitter account and not intended as a press release."
While Axl was nowhere to be found (neither was Izzy for that matter), the remaining original members of Guns N' Roses didn't let that stop them from getting up on stage after their acceptance speeches at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this past Saturday night and giving fans what they wanted.
In the months leading up to Guns N' Roses impending induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it seems like we've heard from just about everyone who has ever been in the band. Except one: Izzy Stradlin.
After Axl Rose's recent open letter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — in which be publicly declined to be inducted and stated he would not be appearing — the attention immediately turned to the other members of the band's classic lineup and how they would react to their former lead singer.