Though the bulk of his work on 15 studio albums has been as a member of Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver, Duff McKagan hasn't limited himself to those bands. He released a 1993 solo effort, and took part in a series of projects with Neurotic Outsiders, Loaded and Walking Papers, too. McKagan has also worked with Iggy Pop and Sebastian Bach, as well as on solo LPs by various members of GNR. Velvet Underground featured alumni from GNR and Stone Temple Pilots; the Neurotic Outsiders also included members of Guns N' Roses, the Sex Pistols and Duran Duran. McKagan's tours with Kings of Chaos led to collaborations with a string of others, even as McKagan began occasionally sitting in with Guns N' Roses, with whom he recorded five albums between 1987-93.
30 Years Ago: Slash and Duff McKagan's Last Classic-Era GNR Show
They wouldn't play with singer Axl Rose again until an unexpected partial reunion more than two decades later.
Duff McKagan Announces 'Lighthouse' Album and Shares Title Track
Slash, Iggy Pop and Jerry Cantrell all lend their talents to the LP.
How Slash Helps Duff McKagan Through His Panic Attacks
Bassist has experienced episodes since he was a teenager, but his bandmate knows how to calm him.
Hear Duff McKagan's New Solo Track 'This Is the Song'
Guns N' Roses bassist last struck out on his own with 2019's 'Tenderness.'
Iggy Pop Enlists Duff McKagan and Chad Smith on New Song 'Frenzy'
Track arrives ahead of new, as-yet-untitled album.
Watch Duff Join Slash Onstage to Play Guns N' Roses' 'Nightrain'
Guitarist and his band also covered Elton John and Lenny Kravitz.
When Duff McKagan Paid Tribute to Johnny Thunders on 'So Fine'
The Guns N' Roses bassist was still a teenager when he first became inspired by the New York Dolls sound.