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Slash The Guns N' Roses Guitarist Plugs in for Notes for Notes Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Article Tools As the guitarist for Guns N' Roses, Slash cemented himself as one of rock's great modern guitar heroes. But in the 17 years since leaving GN 'R,
Multi-talented Guns N' Roses guitarist reveals an insatiable appetite for developing and nurturing young talent. THE adage of a man who wears many hats is certainly tailor-made for Ron Bumblefoot Thal. A musician, music producer, songwriter, guitar
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross ' summer fling has turned into the real thing! After the couple posed for pictures at the BandFuse: Rock Legends video game launch party in West Hollywood on Tuesday, Nov. 12, the "Bat for a Heart" singer opened up to E!
Slash remains positive about reuniting the original members of Guns N' Roses. The legendary 'Nightrain' guitar player is open to the idea of getting back on stage with Steven Adler, Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin and Axl Rose, but says they haven't
Former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum married his girlfriend Ace Harper in Palm Springs, Calif. on Saturday, Oct. 12 Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Rocker Matt Sorum is a married man! The former Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver drummer tied
Born Ronald Blumenthal, he previously performed with Guns N' Roses last year in Tel Aviv...His Israeli performance will include a special masters class. The ProgStage festival will feature a variety of Israeli and foreign progressive rock and metal
Getty Images In the horror film Nothing Left to Fear, which hit theaters Friday, a sense of adventure proves to be the kiss of well, we don't want to spoil it for you. But the plot centers around a pastor who upends his family's life when he takes a
Guns N' Roses was kind of like the gateway drug into a wider world of music. They were kids when Guns N' Roses hit and not too long afterward you have Nevermind , joined the same year by Metallica's “Black Album”. It was a great time for rock and
The Use Your Illusion World Tour program included a guitar solo from Slash based on The Godfather theme, a piano-driven cover of "It's Alright" by Black Sabbath and an extended jam on the classic rock-inspired "Move to the City" where they
I had a really good time, the whole process, from the inception of the record, you know the creating, the writing and so on all the way up through the recording," he said. "I'm really looking forward to the tour." OnThisDay - Music History, Sept.