GUNS N' ROSES Fans Speak Out About New York City Gigs: Audio Available has posted episode 65 of their "Talking Metal" podcast. In this special episode concluding Talking Metal's current GUNS N' ROSES coverage, die-hard GN'R fans had their chance to speak out about their favorite band during their sold-out four-night stint at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Interview segments conducted by hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy were recorded at the party at Mustang Harry's, the party at American Trash, the Tempest Bar, and the sidewalk outside the Manhattan Center's Hammerstein Ballroom. The show also includes a rebroadcast of the interview Ostronomy recently conducted with DAMNOCRACY/ex-SKID ROW vocalist Sebastian Bach, who shared the stage with Axl Rose and company during all four historic New York City concerts. Photos as well as the 70-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.


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