Former Guns N’ Roses bandmates Slash and Duff McKagan reunited onstage a few days ago to perform “It’s So Easy” and “Paradise City.” As you can see below, they also played AC/DC's “Highway to Hell.”
What if there were one place where you can tune in to see ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos by your favorite rockers, guitarists and long-haired, music-biz hangers-on?
Yesterday, April 23, Guns N’ Roses–joined by original bassist Duff McKagan–closed out the sixth annual Revolver Golden Gods with an epic set, which included their classic “Sweet Child O' Mine.”
Yesterday, April 23, Guns N' Roses — joined by original bassist Duff McKagan — closed out the sixth annual Revolver Golden Gods with an epic set that included their classic tune "Paradise City."
As we reported last week, Kings of Chaos — a supergroup featuring former Guns N' Roses' members Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum — performed a benefit show in Los Angeles November 18.
Since moving to Nashville in the 1990s, producer and Emmy-winning songwriter Trey Bruce has written multiple hit singles (Five of them went to No. 1) and has collected more than a dozen ASCAP awards.
When the Billboard charts were revealed this week, there was a bit of a surprise on the Top 200 chart.
Corey Taylor has revealed that he plans on recording new music with Velvet Revolver/ex-Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan in the near future.