Guns N' Roses
With the Rolling Stones ’50 and Counting’ tour finally underway, the first few shows have proven to be star-studded affairs both on and off the stage. When the tour rolled into Las Vegas over the weekend even Axl Rose and DJ Ashba from Guns N’ Roses wanted to get in on the action, but it wasn’t as guest performers, a slot taken on the night by Katy Perry.
"Love. It's the most powerful thing on the planet," says the soothing voice at the start of Johnson & Johnson's new commercial. "Love is family. Love is the reason you care for the tiny and the fragile," continues the narrator over sweet black-and-white shots of babies and their parents, and -- wait, is that Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child O' Mine' in the background?
Remember how awful most rock music was in the '80s? Remember how great it suddenly seemed to be once Guns N' Roses entered the picture?
There aren't too many other bands around where the members' talents are matched equally by their ability to create controversy or cause trouble.
But for every Axl Rose tangent, there's an equally awesome
We have a new addition to our growing collection of 'Really Talented Little Kids Playing Classic Rock' videos. Earlier this month we saw a six-year-old drumming along to Van Halen's 'Hot for Teacher.' and now we have a seven-year-old girl playing Slash's guitar part on Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child O' Mine.'