Amped conducted an interview with Duff McKagan (DUFF MCKAGAN'S LOADED, VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) at the Birmingham Guitar Show, which took place February 26-27 at the New Bingley Hall in Birmingham, England. You can now watch the chat below.
Appearing in conjunction with Rotosound strings, McKagan conducted several signing sessions during the show, allowing visitors the chance to get up close and personal with one of the most popular rock icons of his generation.
McKagan joined his former GUNS N' ROSES bandmate Steven Adler's current band ADLER'S APPETITE on stage this past Monday night (February 28) at The Underworld in London, England to perform two GN'R classics — "My Michelle" and "It's So Easy".
McKagan joined Axl Rose on stage for the first time in seventeen years on October 14, 2010 in London.
Rumors of a GUNS N' ROSES reunion with the classic lineup have been swirling for years. Rose told Billboard.com in 2009 that he doesn't ever expect to play again with guitarist Slash, saying, "One of the two of us will die before a reunion. However sad, ugly or unfortunate anyone views it, it is how it is."
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