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Their monster Use Your Illusion albums just turned 20, and now Guns N' Roses -- or at least Axl Rose and whoever's backing him up this year -- have announced tours of Central and South America and…   Read Story »
Guns N' Roses headlined the first show I ever saw. This was July 1992 at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC, the first night of their massive co-headlining tour with Metallica. A couple of weeks later, a…   Read Story »
Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba spoke about an upcoming album while attending a launch for Activision's first-person shooter game, Call of Duty: Black Ops. In a "red carpet" interview, he said the…   Read Story »
No respect. From either side. Guns N' Roses opted to cut last night's set at O2 in Dublin to 20 minutes after being pelted by plastic bottles. This came after GN'R took forever to materialize (and on…   Read Story »
In the ongoing game of '90s Senior League musical (velvet) revolving chairs, G N' R vet and Duffonomics columnist Duff McKagan's replaced Eric Avery as Jane's Addiction's bassist. (Instead of heading…   Read Story »
The 2010 bill-sharing Reading & Leeds Festivals, scheduled for 8/27-29 in those respective cities, will feature Guns N' Roses, Arcade Fire and Blink-182 as headliners, along with QOTSA, Paramore,…   Read Story »
He stopped a man with a switchblade knife from approaching the GN'R stage Sunday night. Bach was on Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp, so he's probably back down to his fighting weight too. Read this…   Read Story »
The crowdsourced journalism of Twitter brings this situation to light, as do the attendant twitpics. The situation rendered in a lower light, those twitpics, but at least cameraphones are kind to…   Read Story »
Axl & Co. -- still w/ Tommy Stinson -- played their first North American Chinese Democracy gig last night. Remember Chinese Democracy? Remember GN'R? Actually, the set list's epic and RS says Rose…   Read Story »
According to Ticketmaster, GN'R are playing 7 dates in Canada, starting 1/13 in Winnipeg. Maybe Axl was inspired by the Ulrich Schnauss lawsuit. Because it suggests someone actually listened to…   Read Story »