The best Guns N’ Roses songs changed the face of rock music while earning the group their reputation as 'the most dangerous band in the world.'
The new, officially-sanctioned footage is the latest in GN’R’s ‘Not In This Lifetime Selects’ video series.
With ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’ Guns N’ Roses recorded a covers album that paid tribute to – and sometimes even surpassed – their punk heroes.
The shows are due to kick off in Australia's Gold Coast on November 6 before climaxing in Perth on November 24.
The game was designed with the help of avid pinball collector and player, Slash.
The performances are the latest installments in the band’s ‘Not In This Lifetime Selects’ series.
The release will be complemented by a double A-sided 10” picture disc for Record Store Day on September 26.
The best Slash solos are effortlessly iconic in every way, with the Guns N’ Roses guitarist proving to be the last in a dying breed of rock legends.
At the time of ‘Appetite For Destruction’’s original release, Guns N’ Roses were interviewed about the making of the record. Here it is, in their own words…
The previously unheard track is released to mark what would have been the late star’s 56th birthday.
'The End Of The Innocence,' one of the high points of Henley's solo career, went on to sell six million copies in America alone.
The officially-sanctioned footage is the latest in the band’s ‘Not In This Lifetime Selects’ lockdown video series.
All of the net proceeds from the shirt will go towards The Recording Academy’s MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Geffen Records secured the hot new band's signatures on 25 March 1986, and soon word about them was spreading way beyond California.
The trek, which was originally slated to take place in March and April, was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.