Rock Science TV recently conducted an interview with Duff McKagan (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER, LOADED, WALKING PAPERS). You can now watch the chat below.
WALKING PAPERS, the much-buzzed-about new band featuring rock luminaries Duff McKagan, Barrett Martin (SCREAMING TREES, MAD SEASON), Jeff Angell and Benjamin Anderson (both of THE MISSIONARY POSITION) recently signed with Loud & Proud Records for the release of its self-titled debut.
Recorded in Seattle and mixed by veteran producer Jack Endino (SOUNDGARDEN, NIRVANA, MUDHONEY), "Walking Papers" features a guest appearance by PEARL JAM guitarist Mike McCready, who played on lead single "The Whole World's Watching" and "I'll Stick Around".
Guitarist/vocalist Jeff Angell and drummer Barrett Martin formed the band last year and played their first shows in Seattle as a duo. They became a trio with the addition of Duff McKagan and a quartet when keyboardist Benjamin Anderson joined the fray. Angell and Martin also served as the album's co-producers.
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