Axl Rose

Exclusive Axl Rose Interview on "That Metal Show" Airs November 11, 2011 at 11 PM ET/PT

“That Metal Show” Season Nine Welcomes Slash, Marilyn Manson, Brian Johnson, Dave Mustaine and More!
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 The boys are back and there’s gonna be some trouble! Season nine of “That Metal Show” kicks off on National Metal Day (11-11-11) with an exclusive interview with Guns N’ Roses lead singer and original member, Axl Rose and lead guitarist Dj Ashba. In his first television interview in over a decade, Rose opens up about his new band mates, touring, rumors, misconceptions and much more. The premiere episode of “That Metal Show” with Axl Rose airs Friday, November 11 at 11 PM ET/PT on VH1 Classic.

Named one of the greatest singers of all time by “Rolling Stone,” Rose, the only remaining original member of Guns N’ Roses, gives an exclusive interview to “That Metal Show” discussing intimate details of his past, present and future. The notoriously private singer opens up to “That Metal Show” hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine in a one-hour sit down interview shortly after leaving the stage in Orlando on Saturday, October 29. In this no-holds-barred interview, Rose divulges why he is touring now, what his fans and music mean to him, his past albums, future music plans, and offers intimate revelations behind some of his most famous hits such as “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Sweet Child Of Mine” and much more. Following an explosive premiere with Axl Rose, the ninth season of “That Metal Show” continues with a blistering line-up of rock royalty. “That Metal Show” Season nine guests include (all premieres at 11 pm ET/PT).

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Rocker Axl Rose Named Best Frontman Ever

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Rocker Axl Rose has been voted the best frontman of all time, ahead of stars including Freddie Mercury and John Lennon.

The Guns N’ Roses singer gained the most votes to take the top spot in a Musicradar.com poll, fighting off competition from Queen star Mercury, who landed in second place.
Led Zeppelin icon Robert Plant came in third place, while Ronnie James Dio – who passed away earlier this year (10) – claimed the fourth spot as the frontman of Black Sabbath and Heaven & Hell. Beatles legend Lennon rounded out the top five.
Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), Thom Yorke (Radiohead), Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Matt Bellamy (Muse) and Sir Paul McCartney (The Beatles/Wings) made up the rest of the top 10.