VELVET REVOLVER's Appetite For Distraction
The New York Post has published an article about Snitch, the new "rock-friendly" venue in New York City co-owned by Scott Weiland and Duff McKagan of VELVET REVOLVER.
McKagan, for one, plans to stop in frequently. "It's cool to have a home base in New York," he said.
If and when VELVET REVOLVER guitarist, Slash, shows up, he'll be able to order the drink named for him. It's a nod to the former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist's well-documented love of whiskey: Jack and Coke, with a shot of Jack back. Read more.
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