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P!nk Joins Guns N’ Roses For A Little ‘Patience’

VIDEO: Guns N’ Roses feat. P!nk – “Patience”
 
By Robyn Collins

(RADIO.COM) – Guns N’ Roses surprised a capacity crowd at New York City’s Madison Square Garden last night (Oct. 11) when they invited, not Stephen Adler, not Angus Young, but pop star P!ink to rock out with them during “Patience.”

First, the audience sang along to every word of the 1989 classic. Then came the emblematic Slash guitar solo. Finally, P!nk strutted onstage and sang the third verse of the song.

Pink’s husband, Carey Hart posted a clip of the moment, writing, “This is pretty f—— amazing. Wifey @pink killed it with #GunsAndRoses!!!!

“Patience” appears on the EP G N’ R Lies.

Guns N’ Roses’ Not In This Lifetime tour continues tonight (Oct. 12) at New Jersey’s Prudential Center.

Pink’s new project, Beautiful Trauma, is scheduled to drop tomorrow (Oct. 13). The mother of two will tour next year to support the new record.

Also check out P!nk and the band below:

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P!nk Joins Guns N’ Roses For A Little ‘Patience’

By Robyn Collins

(RADIO.COM) – Guns N’ Roses surprised a capacity crowd at New York City’s Madison Square Garden last night (Oct. 11) when they invited, not Stephen Adler, not Angus Young, but pop star P!ink to rock out with them during “Patience.”

First, the audience sang along to every word of the 1989 classic. Then came the emblematic Slash guitar solo. Finally, P!nk strutted onstage and sang the third verse of the song.

Pink’s husband, Carey Hart posted a clip of the moment, writing, “This is pretty f—— amazing. Wifey @pink killed it with #GunsAndRoses!!!!

“Patience” appears on the EP G N’ R Lies.

Guns N’ Roses’ Not In This Lifetime tour continues tonight (Oct. 12) at New Jersey’s Prudential Center.

Pink’s new project, Beautiful Trauma, is scheduled to drop tomorrow (Oct. 13). The mother of two will tour next year to support the new record.

Check out P!nk and the band below:


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Axl Rose Slams Vice President Pence Over NFL Game ‘PR Stunt’

VIDEO: Vice President Pence Walks Out of 49ers-Colts Game After National Anthem Protest
 
By Hayden Wright

(RADIO.COM) – On Sunday, Vice President Mike Pence attended and abruptly left the Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers game in his home state of Indiana. In a statement, the former state governor claimed his walkout was due to NFL players’ peaceful anthem protest against police brutality: “I left today’s Colts game because President Trump and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem.”

Critics of the Trump administration quickly condemned the decision as a “stunt,” including Indiana native (and Guns ‘N Roses frontman) Axl Rose. The rock icon, who had not tweeted since May 17, wrote a searing 42-character message: “Thanks WH 4 the $200k Colts game PR stunt.”

Rose cited the reported cost of sending Pence to the game with security in tow, which some have called a political stunt.

Pence is not the first member of the administration to earn a rebuke from Axl. Last November, Rose tweeted: “Good people don’t listen to, acknowledge, nominate or elect people like Senator [now-Attorney General] Jeff Sessions.” On the road, Axl has spoken out against President Trump and his political agenda. During a Mexico show in December, the band destroyed a pinata shaped like the then president-elect.

See Axl’s latest tweet below:

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Slash Named Gibson’s First Ever Global Brand Ambassador

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash has been named Global Brand Ambassador for Gibson, the company announced on Aug. 15. He is the first to receive the designation in the guitar maker’s 100-plus year history. As part of the new role, Slash will develop new products for the Gibson Custom, Gibson, and Epiphone lines. The musician... Read more »

Guns N’ Roses To Play At Golden 1 Center In November

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Legendary hard rock band Guns N’ Roses is coming to Sacramento. Friday, the band announced that they will be bringing their “Not In This Lifetime…” tour to the Golden 1 Center on Saturday, Nov. 18.

Original members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan are part of the band in this tour, which has gone off virtually without incident – eschewing the band’s notorious volatility. Several special guests have even appeared with GN’R at points during the tour, including Sebastian Bach and Angus Young from AC/DC. It is the first Sacramento show for Guns N’ Roses in some time. A 1993 stop in Sacramento made Rolling Stone’s list of “50 Wildest Guns N’ Roses Moments” for a rather gross incident. Presale tickets for the Nov. 18 show go on sale July 21 at noon. Tickets for the general public go on sale on July 28 at 10 a.m.

The Beatles Butcher Cover, Bono Takes The Stand For Seattle’s Buck, Sir Elton’s Birthday: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

The Beatles Butcher Cover, Bono Takes The Stand For Seattle’s Buck, Sir Elton’s Birthday: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

Buddy Holly played the last show on his only trip to England at the Gaumont Theater in London tonight in 1958. The tour had included a stop in Liverpool, but John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison hadn’t been able to afford to go, still they were glued to the Telly when Buddy played Sunday Night at the London Palladium, and later admitted Holly was the single biggest influence on them:…

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Beatles Don’t Wear Beatle Wigs, Bon’s Gone, Ozzy Visits The Alamo: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

Beatles Don’t Wear Beatle Wigs, Bon’s Gone, Ozzy Visits The Alamo: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

A British company cashing in on Beatlemania shipped a solid half-ton of Beatle wigs to America today in 1964. The band were still in Florida after making their 2nd appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show live from Miami, and a reporter asked John Lennon how he felt about teenagers imitating them by wearing Beatle wigs, and John said “They’re not imitating us because we don’t wear Beatle wigs”.

Harry…

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Ray Charles…The Jackie Robinson Of Rock, Zeppelin Are Almost Loudest, And Happy Birthday Yoko: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

Ray Charles…The Jackie Robinson Of Rock, Zeppelin Are Almost Loudest, And Happy Birthday Yoko: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

Ray Charles had been building a following since he moved to Seattle in 1947, but today in 1959 he was in New York recording What’d I Say, a song he had made up on the spot at a live gig as a time-filler. It would go to #1 on the Black “R&B” chart, but also remarkably for the time get to #6 on the White “Pop” chart, further breaking down racist barriers and making Ray a sort of Jackie Robinsonof…

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