The second round of the 2013 Ultimate Classic Rock Bowl kicks off with the first of four deceptively simple questions that will divide friends, families and even maybe some young lovers -- who's better, Led Zeppelin or Guns N' Roses?
The 2013 Ultimate Classic Rock Bowl continues with a battle pitting controversial and influential rock groups from two different generations - Guns N' Roses and the Rolling Stones. Over the next month, 16 of rock’s biggest bands will square off against each other in a series of single-elimination matches to determine the genre's true champion.
In what appears to be a truly heartwarming sign that 2013 will not find us wanting for deeply ironic pronouncements from our favorite rock stars, Guns N' Roses guitarist Bumblefoot has offered a list of tips to aspiring musicians -- and its number one entry is "be on time."
As soon as Guns N' Roses became eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the main question was whether or not the original lineup could put aside past differences to finally reunite for one night. In the months leading up to the event, one-by-one the band members signed on to attend with one major exception -- Axl Rose.
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 has suddenly emerged to do interviews for the first time in years and what he's saying might make former Guns N' Roses bandmates Slash and Duff McKagan a little uncomfortable. Including former girlfriend Stephanie Seymour, Rose says the the trio broke his songwriting spirit.
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