Offentliggjort den 12. dec. 2014
A documentary made by me of one of the most controversial tours of all-time, if not the most.
Missed Tour Date
1/7/92 – Memphis, Tennessee
1991 Rock in Rio – 0:00
1991 North American leg – 12:55
1991 European leg – 1:13:22
1991-1992 North American leg – 1:20:25
1992 Japan – 1:34:41
1992 North American leg – 1:41:49
1992 European leg – 1:45:17
1992 North American leg – 2:03:48
1992 South American leg – 2:36:53
1993 Japan/Australia/North American leg – 3:00:23
1993 European leg – 3:20:46
1993 Argentina – 3:30:40
There have been a few flirtations over the years with various former members, but even the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony was not enough to get the classic Guns N’ Roses lineup back together onstage. But the questions about a potential reunion still persist, and Duff McKagan, a classic member who has played with the current Guns lineup, says he would like to see a reunion happen at some point.
Daren Jay “DJ” Ashba hailed Friday’s decision by a Nevada state board ordering the Las Vegas police department to reinstate David O’Leary to his job.
“When you know you’re innocent for almost two years, it couldn’t be a better day,” Ashba told KLAS-TV of Las Vegas. “He loses his job because he did something out of the kindness of his heart. He did nothing wrong. We did nothing wrong.”
This special episode of Art Zone features an interview with Duff McKagan. Duff grew up in Seattle, (almost) graduated from Roosevelt High School, and in the 1980s moved to Los Angeles where he played bass for Guns N’ Roses. Duff has done a lot of living since those heady stadium rock days, including writing a second book “How to Be a Man (and other illusions)” inspired by his column for Seattle Weekly. He sat down in host Nancy Guppy’s living room to talk about the forthcoming book, music, family and his personal hair-care regime.