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  1. https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/feb/14/slash-greatest-hits-guns-n-roses-velvet-revolver-bob-dylan-lemmy Spotify playlist also included
  2. ACDC New Album News

    Cliff Williams is back in the band.
  3. I agree TB have done a good job over all. They keep Axl the most happiest we have seen him. Some of their ideas may not have hit the mark such as air gnr etc but at least they are trying new things. They have also kept the tour going for 2+ years with the core 3 without any major incidents. Something none of the past management could or would of done.
  4. Slash actually has a break in April so I'm assuming he will be heading into the studio then.
  5. Hahah good joke there by Melissa. Props on that one 🤣
  6. Alterbridge is booked in the studio for April https://alterbridge.com/products/abvi-studio-hang . Tour gap for SMKC in April. Slash could always be back in the studio April for GNR until the SMKC tour recommences on May. We can only hope.
  7. Bachs happy bday message. Had to post and laugh about the cheese dig
  8. I thought it was more interesting this time because he said "some more recording" where I take it they have already been in the studio doing something. Also theres a definate when slash comes back we will be finishing recording the album then touring it. In the past he was more of a tease with less of a definate plan. This time it sounds like a concrete plan and they are just waiting for slash to return in August to finish it off.
  9. https://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/music/richard-fortus-of-guns-n-roses-gets-experimental-with-headtronics/article_8596478a-a7c9-5928-9bcf-847d6238f021.html Richard Fortus is a familiar sight onstage in his native St. Louis. In December, the guitarist joined his former outfit, Pale Divine, for its latest reunion show at the Pageant, and sat in with El Monstero during its recent run at the same venue. Also in 2018, he played (again at the Pageant) with Blackberry Smoke and with Live at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. His primary gig these days, of course, is with Guns N’ Roses, which he joined in 2001. Fortus finally played a hometown gig with GNR at America’s Center in July 2017. But on Saturday, he will try something a little different and a lot more experimental, joining the funk/rock/electronica/jam-band collective Headtronics for a show at the Old Rock House. The band also includes founding members Freekbass, DJ Logic and Steve Molitz. “I think it’s going to be awesome,” Fortus says. “But I’m curious to find out what exactly it’s going to be.” At the point of the interview, Fortus had not yet rehearsed with the band, nor even talked to the other members about how the show was supposed to unfold. But that’s a feature, not a bug. Headtronics is a wholly improvised experience. Put four veteran virtuoso musicians of different musical backgrounds together, stir, turn up the volume and see what happens. “From what I understand, we’re starting off with a rough template and just letting things happen,” Fortus says. A collaboration between Freekbass and Fortus has been a long time coming. “I’ve been a fan of his for a while; I love his playing,” Fortus says. “We’ve always talked about trying to figure out something to do together, and this opportunity just presented itself.” As for DJ Logic, Fortus says: “He is very, very musical. Everything I’ve heard that guy do is very organic-sounding and doesn’t feel forced.” Fortus doesn’t know Molitz personally but is familiar with the keyboardist’s work in the jam bands Particle and Phil Lesh and friends. Right now, there’s only three Headtronics shows planned — St. Louis, Ardmore, Penn., and Brooklyn, but more may be added later. Whether Fortus will be part of those shows isn’t yet known. His busy schedule currently includes producing the next album by Psychedelic Furs at St. Louis’ Sawhorse Studios. He’s also recording an album with the electronica artist BT. There’s another major project in the works, he says, but it’s something he can’t talk about yet. If all of that weren’t enough, there’s his ongoing commitment to Guns N’ Roses. A new album is apparently in the works. “Slash is on tour right now,” Fortus says. “Once he gets back from that, we’re gonna get some more recording done and hopefully get an album out soon. And then we’ll get back to touring.” In the meantime, Fortus is happy to try something as loose and spontaneous as Headtronics. “Generally, the stuff I do is all song-based, where there might be free sections (for soloing and jamming) here and there,” he says. “But this is sort of the opposite of that. It’ll be a cool collaboration, and I’m excited to do it.” What Headtronics • When 8 p.m. Saturday • Where Old Rock House, 1200 South Seventh Street • How much $25 • More info 314-588-0505; metrotix.com
  10. I was hoping slash would be returning to work with gnr second half this year and not continue touring with SMKC. I rather Myles with alterbridge and Slash with Guns anyday. Saying that i would love for slash to adopt and bring Brent Fitz to GNR to be their drummer.
  11. RIP Frank Levi

    When i loaded up this forum i quickly saw RIP Frank and thought Frank Ferrer for a minute. RIP Frank Levi
  12. Axls second favorite double Ds. This little jam was very cool from Duff
  13. Guns N Roses inspired cheese headed to stores

    It does look like current day axl and slash. Very accurate.
  14. January was Rock the Rock looney tunes collab. I hope you enjoyed.
  15. I hate the project. Terrible hosts. Was tempted to watch it when I heard slash was going to be on but screw it I'll just read everyones comments afterwards.