Hookers and Blow (Guns N Roses) Share Eddie Money Cover – “Shakin”

Hookers & Blow the covers and originals Rock band featuring Guns N Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed and Quiet Riot guitarist Alex Grossi have shared a new single! The track is the Eddie Money hit single ‘Shakin’, out now via Golden Robot Records. The track also includes Johnny Kelly (Silvertomb/Type O Negative, Danzig) – Drums/Vocals, Scott Griffin (LA Guns) – Bass and Nadja Reed – Vocals. Rock out now and throw em up to the sky for The Money Man! Continue reading


Watch Norah Jones Cover “Patience” by Guns N Roses, Donates Money to Charity

Pop and Jazz singer Norah Jones has done some pretty amazing covers over the years, but none so perfect as her spine-tingling take on ‘Patience’ by Guns N Roses. Stuck at home due to self-quarantine from Coronavirus, Jones shared her piano and guitar cover to Twitter on Thursday 3/19/2020. She is also using the track to raise money for charity for both Feeding America and Musicares so that rules as well. You can watch/hear the cover and also donate in the link below. Jones’new album ones recently announced plans to release her new LP Pick Me Up Off the Floor, due out May 8th.

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Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan To Launch A New Radio Show- “Three Chords & The Truth”

Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan will launch a new radio show “Three Chords & The Truth” on SiriusXM’s Ozzy’s Boneyard (SiriusXM Ch. 38) tomorrow (Friday, March 20). This weekly show will be hosted by McKagan and his nephew Dexter Charles, who will personally curate their favorite songs to play for loyal fans, as well as provide intellectual commentary and insight behind the music. New episodes every Friday at 11 a.m. ET, with encores on Saturday (9 a.m. ET), Sunday (3 p.m. ET), Monday (7 a.m. ET), Tuesday (11 p.m. ET). Duff’s latest solo album, “Tenderness”, was released last year via UMe. The LP was produced by and features recent Grammy winner Shooter Jennings. Continue reading

Guns N Roses Announces Rescheduled Tour Dates for Later in 2020

Guns N Roses has announced rescheduled tour dates for later in 2020, for the shows they had to postpone due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic outbreak. he new shows will take place in November and December, with all original tickets honored for the rescheduled dates. Guns N Roses tweeted out a video with a link to the tour page on the band’s official web site and included the following message: “GNR fam, we’re announcing new rescheduled #GNR2020 tour dates. Hold onto your tickets, see you soon” Launched in 2016, the “Not In This Lifetime” tour, which began four years ago, recently became the No. 3 highest-grossing tour in the history of Billboard Boxscore. Continue reading

Watch Guns N Roses Perform in Mexico City In Spite of Coronavirus Concerns

Guns N Roses performed at Vive Latino Festival Saturday night (March 14) despite bands canceling and thousands of people calling for the even to be canceled in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. More than a dozen bands had pulled out of the festival by Saturday morning, GNR played a 22-song set that included the band’s first performance of ‘So Fine’ since 1993. Watch the full video here! Continue reading

Ex- Guns N Roses Guitarist DJ Ashba Signs a New Record Deal, New Album on The Way

Former Guns N Roses and current SIXX:A.M. guitarist DJ Ashba has signed an exclusive deal with Edgeout Records/Universal Music Group/UMe for his new solo project, which will see him “featuring different singers from different genres on every song.” Although Ashba initially started work on the project as a collaboration with his SIXX:A.M. bandmate James Michael — under the band name Pyromantic, now the project has evolved into an Ashba solo venture, with Michael announcing in 2018 that he was stepping away from the group. Continue reading

Guns N Roses’ Costa Rica Concert Next Week Is Canceled Over Coronavirus Fears

According to Diario Extra, Guns N Roses March 18 concert at Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Ayma in San Jose, Costa Rica is among the “massive events and activities” that have been canceled amid concerns about the coronavirus outbreak. On Monday, Costa Rican president Carlos Alvarado said at a press conference that mass gathering events in the country are being suspended for at least two weeks and until further notice. These include concerts, topes (horse parades) and regional festivals. Costa Rica has confirmed nine cases of coronavirus. Thirty-four people are suspected of having coronavirus, according to the Health Ministry’s latest figures, released Sunday night. More than 100,000 people worldwide have contracted the coronavirus and over 3,000 people have died — the majority in China. Continue reading