Duff McKagan (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER), his wife, Susan Holmes-McKagan, and their daughter, Grace McKagan, who plays in the band PINK SLIPS, were interviewed by TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider on the "black carpet" at this year's Revolver Golden Gods awards show, which was held on April 23 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles. You can watch the chat below.
Susan Holmes-McKagan is a model and swimsuit designer who married Duff on August 28, 1999.
Leading the charge of rock music since the '80s, Duff McKagan continues to be a potent and venerable noisemaker in the industry. A multi-faceted artist today, when McKagan isn't shredding on the stage, he effortlessly morphs into a journalist (SeattleWeekly.com, Playboy.com, ESPN.com), an actor ("Dead Pool", "Sliders"), or a producer (biographical documentary "It's So Easy (And Other Lies)"). Outside of the arts, he founded Meridian Rock, a wealth management firm aimed at musicians to help educate them about their finances. His versatility and his impact are the epitome of what it means to be an artist today.
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