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.
Duff McKagan Felt 'Culture Shock' Upon Meeting Slash
Bassist dishes on formative Seattle years and move to Los Angeles in recent podcast interview.
Duff McKagan's Pre-Guns N' Roses Band to Release Unheard Music
Songs from short-lived group the Living were recorded when he was just 17.
Hear Jeff Slate’s New Single ‘Heartbreak’ Featuring Duff McKagan
Singer-songwriter collaborated with many notable rock veterans for his latest song.
Duff McKagan's 'Sweet' Beach House on Sale for $1.45 Million
Modest beachside property is in one of America's priciest neighborhoods.
Ozzy Osbourne Album Could Have Gone ‘Sideways in a Hot Second’
Guns N’ Roses bassist recalled experience of writing and tracking new LP in four days.
Duff McKagan: Izzy Stradlin Just Didn’t Want Guns N’ Roses Return
Bassist says it’s good that Slash connected with Richard Fortus after classic-era colleague didn’t take part in reunion.
Ozzy Osbourne's 'Ordinary Man' LP Band: Duff McKagan, Chad Smith
Duff McKagan and Chad Smith serve as the rhythm section throughout singer's first new album in nearly a decade.
Duff McKagan Says Humanity Will Overcome ... and Then Party
Guns N’ Roses bassist discusses positive message of new solo album ‘Tenderness.’
Duff McKagan Hopes People Will Think Again About '80s Lyrics
Guns N’ Roses bassist discusses backlash against "One in a Million" and "It's So Easy" in context of his new solo album, 'Tenderness.'