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  1. This may need moving to the AXl/DC section - apologies if so mods. Anyways, AC/DC are on the promotion trail and doing a few interviews to support their new album. They're not answering question about Phil Rudd, but they are about Axl's time with the band which will likely throw up a few nuggets and insights. This Guardian piece mentions that they didn't know Axl before if was drafted in as cover - I was under the impression that they had a long held relationship. Also has a nice line about Axl's propensity to throw in random songs to a setlist at a moment's notice: https:/
  2. One for the guitar heads. https://www.musicradar.com/news/guns-n-roses-guitarist-richard-fortus-shows-us-his-vintage-gear Unsurprisingly no real G'n'R news, apart from it doesn't sound like they've had any get togethers since the wheels fell off the tour. Real look of terror at 13.06 when he's asked about what Guns are up to.
  3. Cant find any trace online, but when Primal Scream played in a big top on Victoria Park in London back in 1997, I remember Melody Maker's review saying Axl was on the guest list. This would have been around the time of Vanishing Point.
  4. ...doesn't appear to have GnR on it. Elton John, U2, and Nick Cave are. https://www.nme.com/news/music/nick-cave-covers-t-rexs-cosmic-dancer-for-new-marc-bolan-tribute-album-2656250 Those rumours of Guns recording Children of the Revolution a while back may perhaps have been rooted in truth - it was meant to be for a T-Rex tribute album if I'm not mistaken which at that point hadn't been announced - you'd have to assume that this was project in question. Either way, they're not mentioned on the press release and Kesha is down as singing Children of the Revolution for it. Wo
  5. My guess would be Hyde Park - would tally up with them being over in July. There's a couple of nights still to be announced and one of those is supposed to be a big name rock act. Its an event they haven't played and they're one of the few bands out there on the circuit next year that have the gravitas to play it.
  6. Going to chip in here. Don't know of any dates in terms of gigs, but they're DEFINITELY on the European festival circuit at the very least in July - friend of a friend is a producer on a live music TV show in the UK who have actively been pursuing them since the reunion for an appearance. They work very closely with promoters and labels and were made aware of the bands likely availability in the UK during July 2020 way back in May this year. They usually wrap up bookings for the bigger bands on the show for their summer run by January - the Black Crowes and Ian Brown he thinks are already conf
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