Guns N' Roses
After reigniting his old band Bash and Pop and weathering a failed marriage, veteran artist reflects on balancing music with fatherhood
From classic rockers in the desert to cracking down on ticket bots, here's how the music business made money
"I had lost control over the muscles in my mouth. My lips were slack-jawed. I was drooling all over myself," singer writes in '18 and Life on Skid Row'
Reunited rockers plot 16 North American dates, including first visit to Missouri city since "Riverport Riot"
Mix up the set list, minimize the instrumental breaks, bring back Izzy and more
"The Machine Is Back at It in 2017," the band promises
Looking back on punky cover-album release valve from the most excessive band in America
Group will release new album 'Anything Could Happen' early next year
Looking back on landmark double release 25 years later: Axl Rose and Co. were falling apart but their creativity was at a peak
Singer discusses reaching out to Slash, the absence of Izzy Stradlin and his future with both GN'R and AC/DC
Slash called this 1994 tune from 'Interview with the Vampire' soundtrack 'the sound of a band breaking up.'
"When I stepped onstage, people were sitting down and were like, 'What the fuck?'" electronic musician says. "But it became a big sing-along"
"They were great kids as well as players," guitarist says of Broadway's pre-teen rock band
Band adds another 'Chinese Democracy' track to its set list
"You know, it happens: You can forget you have a fucking gun," Axl Rose joked of incident