GUNS N' ROSES Special To Air On MUCHMOREMUSIC

MuchMoreMusic will be airing an hour-long GUNS N' ROSES special, "The Story of...Guns N' Roses", on Friday, May 28 at 10:00 p.m. EST. The show synopsis reads as follows: "GUNS N' ROSES brought raw, ugly rock & roll crashing back into the charts. Despite releasing only 4 studio albums, they would sell millions of records around the world. Inner turmoil would leave vocalist Axl Rose the only original member left. As the world patiently awaits for a new record, ex-Gunners Slash, Duff, and Matt regroup with Scott Weiland to form VELVET REVOLVER, and Bill Welychka heads to West Hollywood to catch up with the group. Through this exclusive new interview, and utilizing the world's largest rock n' roll library, MMM showcases the past, present and future of GUNS N' ROSES."

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