Scott Weiland Rejoins Velvet Revolver (UPDATED)
UPDATE: In an interview with 93X Rocks! Minneapolis today (May 14), Slash denied that Weiland had rejoined the band. Check out the story here. Having perhaps decided that the devil they know is better than the devil they don't, the members of Velvet Revolver have rehired Scott Weiland as their lead singer...
Titans of Rock Tour Announced: Current/Former Members of Metallica, KISS, and Others to Perform Together
Talk about an all-star lineup! Guitarist Steve Stevens (Billy Idol) confirmed via Facebook that he, along with many of his famous friends, will team up for what is being dubbed the Titans of Rock tour in South America. Joining Stevens will be Gene Simmons (KISS), Duff McKagan (Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver), Joe Elliott (Def Leppard), Gilby Clarke (Guns N' Roses), Ed Roland (Collective Soul),
Duff McKagan Addresses Velvet Revolver Frontman Situation
"I think we may be looking at somebody in December, which is fun to think about (and) I believe in my heart of hearts it'll happen," bassist Duff McKagan said recently when asked about the vacant front man position in Velvet Revolver. McKagan believes Velvet Revolver will have a new singer by the end of the year...
Velvet Revolver Possibly Working With New Singer
Velvet Revolver have continued their search for a singer to replace the departed Scott Weiland, albeit in passive fashion. It's not been as easy as the band had hoped, having shelved an entire album's worth of material that was recorded with Slipknot/Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor at the helm...
Slipknot’s Former Guitarist to Replace Paul Gray
Slipknot revealed that original guitarist Donnie Steele will rejoin as the band's bassist during their upcoming summer dates. Steele replaces the late Paul Gray, who died at the age of 38 last May from an accidental morphine overdose. Steele first joined Slipknot during their early days in Des Moines, Iowa when the band called themselves The Pale Ones and played guitar on Slipknots' self-released
Slash Auctions Off Leather Top Hat
Slash's black top hats are as signature as the riff that dominates Guns N' Roses' legendary ballad 'Sweet Child O' Mine.' If you ever dreamed of owning one of the guitarist's trademark toppers, well, that fantasy is now one step closer to reality...

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