Marc Canter, owner of the iconic Canter's Deli in Los Angeles and childhood friend of Slash, might be the only man who can reunite Guns N' Roses. Find out how in part one of a new three part mini-documentary series.
Axl Rose proved to be an extremely charming guest during his first "live" television interview in two decades, gamely joking with late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel about Guns N' Roses' lineup changes, his penchant for starting concerts late, and his less-than-stellar voting record.
Axl Rose is notorious for not doing many interviews, but later this month he will sit down with Jimmy Kimmel. This will be Axl's first appearance since Guns N' Roses was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame...against his wishes. Find out when to set your DVR here:
Guns N' Roses will be inducted into the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame on April 14th. Just a couple questions remain. Can we expect the original members to actually reunite for a performance, or even all show up at all?
Guns N’ Roses and iClips are giving fans of the band a chance to watch their live show for less than it cost to buy their most recent album ‘Chinese Democracy.’ Tonight’s (Dec. 21) show in Los Angeles, and next Friday’s (Dec. 30) show in Las Vegas will both be streamed live.
Guns N’ Roses‘ concert Sunday (Oct. 23) in Monterrey, Mexico, was stopped during the first song after crowd members began throwing unidentified flying objects onstage at the band. Singer Axl Rose halted the gig just one minute into their performance of ‘Chinese Democracy’ after the items were tossed onstage and Rose announced that they would leave if fans continued to “throw s—” at the band.