Born as William Bruce Rose, Jr. in Lafeyette, Ind. on Feb. 6, 1962, the rocker known as Axl Rose reached the half-century mark in 2012. Although he didn't release the new Guns N' Roses album that was rumored back in January, he was still in the news in the ways we'v
One of the biggest proponents of Guns N' Roses reuniting was the band's original drummer Steven Adler, who was the first to exit the group due to substance abuse issues and who felt he had some unfinished business with the band. But Adler tells Rolling Stone that the days of him wishing for a reunion and his anger toward Axl Rose for not allowing that to happen have subsided.
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.
If you're going to see a Guns N' Roses show, it's probably best not to wear anything referencing the old lineup, especially if it's a shirt with Slash on the front. During a mid-2000's performance, Axl Rose spotted an audience member donning an
Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose will get a chance to take legal action next February against Activision Blizzard despite part of his case against the company taking a hit earlier this week. At issue is the 'Guitar Hero III' insertion of a playable Slash character within the game and its association with Guns N' Roses music.
Just when it seemed like the war of words between Slash and Axl Rose had finally died down, a third party has jumped into the fray. Yesterday (July 10) actor Charlie Sheen, a neighbor and friend of the former Guns N' Roses guitarist, took a public swipe at Rose.
If there's anyone who can understand the troubles that Axl Rose is going through trying to continue his band as the lone remaining member, it's Billy Corgan. The Smashing Pumpkins singer famously quarreled with past bandmates before continuing the band's legacy with a new group around him, much like Rose has done with Guns N' Roses.
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