According to Metal Hammer, Duff McKagan (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER, DUFF MCKAGAN'S LOADED), Scott Ian (ANTHRAX) and Chris Jericho (FOZZY, WWE wrestling superstar) will take part in "Rock Stars Say The Funniest Things", a new series of spoken-word sets taking place at Garage in London, England.
Duff will take to the stage on Tuesday, October 25 for "It's So Easy: A Punk's Review", featuring anecdotes and passages from his book "It's So Easy (And Other Lies)". As well as sharing memories from his musical journey, he will be playing some acoustic tracks and letting the audience delve deeper into this life with a question-and-answer session.
Scott, who will host an evening on Sunday, November 4, commented: "This is something I've wanted to do for a very long time. I've been travelling the world in the company of and hanging out with the greatest people on the planet for 31 years and I've got to tales to tell."
Chris will appear on Sunday, November 25 for a night of tales from his life as a rock star and WWE legend.
Tickets on sale on August 1.
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