An Interview with Steve Darrow of Hollywood Rose

Photo credit: Marc Canter

An Interview with Guns N’ Roses Historian Marc Canter

While Hudson and his bands pursued their dreams, Canter supported them however he could, whether it was with transportation to gigs, funding for magazine advertisements, food, or simply driving Hudson to see an amp he liked.

Guns N’ Roses Frontman Axl Rose Addresses Ongoing Vocal Issues

Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose has been facing ongoing health issues, so much so, that the veteran rock icon took to sharing the trials he’s been facing via social media, revealing that he has been working with a vocal coach during his recovery.

Slash Enters Metaverse via Soundscape VR For Virtual Reality Concert

Soundscape VR is the “most advanced metaverse and the purest” Virtual Reality platform that allows users to have “hyper-immersive visual arts and sound experiences.”

The Formative Days: A Conversation with Former Poison Guitar Tech Paul Lipke

On November 7, 1982, at the Stabler Arena in Bethlehem, PA – the opening night of Aerosmith’s Rock in a Hard Place tour – Paul Lipke and Matt Smith would forge a lifelong friendship in a decisive moment of serendipity.

An Interview with Todd Kerns of Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators

Just two months into the new year, Slash’s fourth studio album with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, appropriately titled 4, is poised to compete for the award of rock album of the year.

A Snapshot of a Bygone Era: Looking Back at Guns N’ Roses Debut, Appetite For Destruction

All in all, Appetite For Destruction is a top album. It really holds up and doesn’t feel dated, while still being very representative of Hard Rock music in the late 80s.

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