A photo and report out of Vancouver suggest AC/DC have welcomed back their former bandmates.
Rose answers the question every GN’R fan has had since the release of Chinese Democracy in 2008.
Ahead of the band’s massive 30th anniversary reissue of Appetite For Destruction.
Previously unreleased rendition appears on the band’s 30th anniversary reissue of Appetite for Destruction.
Both GNR and U2 were on board, according to GNR’s former manager, Doug Goldstein.
The Guns N’ Roses frontman tweeted the comparison without any further context.
Accusations come amidst speculation regarding the First Lady’s EB-1 visa status.
The Guns N’ Roses frontman replaced Brian Johnson as the band’s frontman in 2016.
A curious blind item appears on the anonymous gossip site Crazy Days and Nights.
Plus, Guns N’ Roses cover AC/DC’s “Whole Lotta Rosie”.
An onstage collaboration 25 years in the making…
The pop star proves she’s really a rocker at heart.