Guns N’ Roses
Rock and Roll goes mainstream as Elvis plays the Sullivan Show…The Beatles go proto-metal with a Paul McCartney tune, and Seattle’s Nirvana conquers MTV and it’s silly little awards ceremony….
John makes a comment about religion in the London Evening Standard and months later a s***storm ensues…Janis Joplin buys a headstone for someone else, but by October she’d need one herself…Metallica and Guns-N-Roses spark a riot, and James Hetfield….and more!
Zeppelin’s Unfortunate Last American Shows, Ringo’s First All-Starr Band:This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Hear The Beatles idol Fats Domino’s cover of one of their songs…and maybe you’ll see yourself in LIVE footage of The Grateful Dead and Led Zeppelin here in SEATTLE!
How did California 1% motorcycle club The Hell’s Angels get started in England? Surely the Stones didn’t bring ‘em back from Altamont! Roger Waters performs The Wall at the former Berlin Wall, and more in today’s awesome video at-work time waster!
It took them reportedly 14 years to make Chinese Democracy, which finally saw the light of day in 2008, but Guns N’ Roses’ followup is almost done — if it isn’t already.
Jimi Hendrix was in the Army’s famed 101st “Screaming Eagles” Airborne Division…but didn’t much like it. The Beatles ultra-rare LONG version of “Her Majesty”…Axl Rose and The Grateful Dead start riots, and the second Mrs. Jagger on Letterman…
Paul Admits Taking Acid, Pearl Jam’s Accountant Busted, And Happy Birthday Ann: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
The Beatles talk about taking acid, and spend some quality time with our own Ann Wilson on her birthday…Heart live in ’76, Ann and Nancy on The View or The Talk or whatever, and making Robert Plant cry with her version of Stairway to Heaven.
Spend some quality time with sir Paul on his Birthday, from the Cavern Club in Liverpool to The Beatles first trip Down Under, to the David Letterman Show, to….The white House!
The wait is over, but in a sense, it may be just beginning. Axl Rose has confirmed the existence of two new Guns N’ Roses albums: A sequel of sorts to 2008’s Chinese Democracy and a remix album.
Turns out, Axl doesn’t think the honor is deserved, but does have a long list of singers he would rather listen to than himself.