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      It's GNFNR fundraising time again, please help us stay on-line   05/27/2017

      Thanks to everyone who makes this place so much fun to visit, and THANK YOU to everyone who donated last January. The good news/bad news is that GunsNFNRoses has outgrown its current hosting plan, and if we want to stay online we are going to need to upgrade.   You can donate any amount, large or small (via PayPal). My PayPal username is matt.grillo@gmail.com Please enter your forum username so I can match up your contribution with your username. Thank you!   Every dollar helps. If you don't have PayPal a simple check would do. You can mail it directly to me, please PM me for my mailing address. I appreciate your support.   I do not want banner ads here so if you can help us out it would be appreciated. I dislike begging for money for the site but such is life... Thanks for understanding. I really appreciate all of your support. Please help  by donating now, THANK YOU GNFNR MEMBERS!

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  1. Awsome compilation...Incredible setlist. A must see! A nice week to everybody 🤘
  2. I remember being in my mother's belly and listening to "jungle" on a radio station
  3. I want Adler back definitely ... and Frank and Melissa out.
  4. What in GNR's world make sense? Izzy isn't that loved by people...but Adler is miles better than Frank. Frank is the worst drummer in GNR saga.
  5. Steven Adler says that he would like to play a few more songs with GUNS N' ROSES than he got to perform with the band when he reunited with GN'R for the first time in 26 years during the 2016 leg of the "Not In This Lifetime" tour. Adler appeared with GUNS N' ROSES onstage last November in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well as on three separate occasions during the U.S. leg of the "Not In This Lifetime" tour last summer. This marked Adler's first appearance with GUNS N' ROSES since 1990, although he performed with members of the band at their 2012 induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. During a May 7 interview with Argentinean rock journalist Lucas H. Gordon at the Ride For Ronnie motorcycle rally and concert in Encino, California, Adler stated about his reunion with GUNS N' ROSES (see video below): "That was so great. It was really, really amazing and a dream come true. 'Cause for twenty-five years, all I've been doing was praying that I would be able to do it. I just wish I could play more songs, 'cause I wanna do more with them. It's really hard… it's heartbreaking and hard on me to be standing on the side of the stage and watching somebody else [current GUNS N' ROSES drummer Frank Ferrer] play my songs. Which, he is great, but it's hard for me. It's, like, I'd like to play a few more songs. But I'm thankful I got to do anything at all, so my dream came true. But I do wanna do more. I hope… We'll see what they say." Adler performed two songs with GUNS N' ROSES on the U.S. leg of the "Not In This Lifetime" tour: "Out Ta Get Me" and "My Michelle". Back in February, Adler revealed that he was originally supposed to appear at more than just a handful of shows on the GUNS N' ROSES reunion trek. He told the "One On One With Mitch Lafon" podcast that he expected to sit behind the drum kit for all the "Appetite For Destruction" material during the entire tour, only to be told he was out after he hurt his back during rehearsals. "[Bassist] Duff [McKagan] called me and said, 'Dude, you're not gonna play with us anymore,'" Adler said. "'You're not gonna do these shows.' And I was, like, 'You're the worst fucking person in the world.'" Adler was thrown out of GUNS N' ROSES in 1990 due to his heavy drug use, a problem he struggled with for years after his dismissal. Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/steven-adler-would-like-to-play-a-few-more-songs-with-guns-n-roses.html#gYA2smQPpbzAOdyL.99
  6. I'm with you... Realize the mental level of some members here ... some are just children ... note for example the amount of likes of certain post above ... Delays in shows ... treating employees and fans badly ... unnecessary madness ... most of all this has a originator... red panda.
  7. In 1992, one of rock’s most ill-fated tours took off as Guns N’ Roses and Metallica embarked on a string of stadium dates. Plagued by riots, late start times from GN’R and a hellish accident that left James Hetfield with second and third-degree burns, the tour left a huge impression on then-Metallica bassist Jason Newsted. In the 25 years since the chaotic tour, fans have heard all the stories, but Newsted said he learned a great lesson after the tour. After Jason Newsted took us on a personal tour of his ‘RAWK’ art exhibition in New York City, he sat down to recall how Guns N’ Roses taught Metallica “what not to do.” “We chose to play first, of course, because we wanted to play on time,” Newsted remembers. “If we’re going on at 8:01, we’re on at 8:01. That’s the way it’s always been. That’s why Metallica’s still touring now and crushing everybody and selling more records.” “[Guns N’ Roses] showed me what I don’t ever want to become,” Newsted adds. “Antics, pissing away of money, disrespecting people that work for you… Looking down on people who look up to you — worst thing you can do, especially in this business. I saw them do that a lot and I didn’t like it.” Summing up Guns N’ Roses’ career, Newsted claims, “As a band, they were powerful for about three and a half years and really had their sharp teeth and after that everything fell apart.” Read More: Jason Newsted: Guns N' Roses Taught Me 'What Not to Do' | Http://loudwire.com/ex-metallica-bassist-jason-newsted-guns-n-roses-taught-me-what-not-to-do/?trackback=tsmclip
  8. Hollywood was the place to be if you were a rocker looking to make it in the mid ’80s. But not long before we were all welcomed to the jungle, Slash auditioned for the Bret Michaels-led Poison. In a 2010 interview with Classic Rock Revisited, Slash revealed that he had decided to quit the pre-Guns N’ Roses band Hollywood Rose and was referred to Poison by their exiting guitarist at the time. Slash says he made it to the final two, but knew it wasn’t going to work when he was asked about wearing makeup. Poison ended up offering the job to C.C. Deville. Had Slash been chosen for Poison, would Guns N’ Roses have ever reached the pinnacle without him? And while successful in their own right, would Poison have become the iconic act that GN’R went on to be? Read More: Slash Auditions for Poison – Moments That Nearly Destroyed Rock | http://loudwire.com/slash-poison-moments-that-nearly-destroyed-rock/?trackback=tsmclip
  9. I could say: Get out Melissa and Frank...but at this point I'm tired to care about this thing called GNR...I don't care anymore and don't believe in this group of people as creative artists...
  10. I agree. Dizzy is very competent and talented...I like him. I dislike Frank and Melissa.