April 22, 2008 |
You win some, you lose one. Guns N' Roses has landed a new management team headed by veteran rock manager Irving Azoff just as the band abruptly learned that guitarist Robin Finck is returning to his place in Nine Inch Nails for that band's summer tour, which reaches the Forum on Sept. 6. "Robin's plans caught everyone in Guns, as well as our fans, a bit off-guard," reads a post on GNR's website. "Neither we nor management, etc., know any more in this regard and we prefer not to speculate or offer opinions at this time."
December 19, 2006 |
Guns N' Roses fans are going to have to wait a little longer for the band's next album. Axl Rose now says "Chinese Democracy" will hit stores March 6. Seven months ago, the 44-year-old rock recluse emerged from seclusion and claimed the album -- a decade in the making -- would be out before the end of the year.
November 11, 2006 |
Guns N' Roses canceled a performance in Portland, Maine, this week after being told by state officials that the band could not drink on stage. Inspectors from the state fire marshal's office gave the band the no-drinking order when they came to look over the pyrotechnics planned for Monday's scheduled concert at the Cumberland County Civic Center, said Stephen McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Public Safety Department.
August 26, 2005 |
For the tattooed members of the band Guns N' Roses, paradise city has become an unwelcome legal jungle. Former Guns N' Roses members Slash and Duff, otherwise known as Saul Hudson and Michael McKagan, are suing band leader Axl Rose for the second time in less than two years. The latest complaint, filed Aug.
April 5, 2004 |
Guns N' Roses took one step forward and one step back last week, entering the national sales chart at No. 3 with "Greatest Hits" the same day singer Axl Rose announced that the beleaguered band was canceling plans to venture out in public again to headline the annual Rock in Rio festival in Lisbon.
March 17, 2004 |
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit brought by Axl Rose and other members of Guns N' Roses to try to prevent Geffen Records from releasing a greatest hits album by the hard-rock band. The album will be issued as scheduled on Tuesday, according to a record company spokesman. Rose had patched up differences with former GNR guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan enough to join forces in the suit, filed last Friday in U.S.