The hubbub came mainly from the album’s “hidden track,” where Axl Rose performed an acoustic version of Charles Manson’s “Look At Your Game, Girl.” Rose wasn’t shy about his love for Manson, rocking shirts with the singers’ face during the Use Your Illusion tour. The song…well, there’s a reason it’s hidden: It doesn’t add to the album, and feels tacked on solely to gain attention.
Have you ever been racing down the highway with your hands barely clutched on the steering wheel as you play air guitar? If you’re listening to JACK FM, this probably happens upwards of five times […]
Apparently pop singer Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas was inspired by her performance with Slash at the 2011 Super Bowl halftime show when she joined him on a rendition of Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet […]
1983 wasn’t the most eventful of moments of time (beyond some awesome movies), but somewhere, probably in a crappy practice space in Los Angeles, an Axl Rose fronted band named Rapidfire was creating music that […]
“I was listening to it and I thought ‘Oh my God, I’d forgotten how much I hate his voice.’ I’m sorry! To some people, Axl Rose is royalty. To me, it’s like fingers on a chalkboard.”
An Australian Guns N’ Roses fan was welcomed to the jungle and now he has an appetite for litigation. Darren Wright, 39, was allegedly hit in the mouth by Axl Rose’s cordless microphone while attending […]
Why make this list of incidents that may make us sad and lose faith in our rock heros? Because like a mountain or a train wreck, they’re there and we cannot look away. 1991: Axl […]
As Guns N’ Roses kicks off a 12-show residency in Vegas this week, the press-shy Axl Rose opens up about his future and his infamous past.
Not only was it the Guns N’ Roses’ frontman’s first TV interview in two decades, but he showed up right on time – something he doesn’t often do.
Over the weekend, Neil Young headlined his 26th annual Bridge School Benefit Concert. The annual acoustic concert always features a diverse lineup, and that was certainly true this year, as the lineup featured Young with Crazy Horse, Guns ‘N Roses, Jack White, psychedelic rockers Flaming Lips, bluesman Gary Clark Jr., Steve Martin with his bluegrass group The Steep Canyon Rangers, alt-rockers Foster The People and singer/songwriters k.d. lang, Sarah McLachlan, Ray LaMontagne and Lucinda Williams.