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Duff McKagan

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Michael Andrew "Duff" McKagan born February 5, 1964 is an American bassist, singer, songwriter and author He is best known for his twelve-year tenure as the bassist of the hard rock band Guns N' Roses, with whom he achieved worldwide success in the late 1980s and early 1990s McKagan rejoined the band in 2016, following their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame3

Toward the end of his first tenure with Guns N' Roses, McKagan released a solo album, Believe in Me 1993, and formed the short-lived supergroup Neurotic Outsiders Following his departure from Guns N' Roses in 1997, McKagan briefly reunited with his pre-success Seattle punk band 10 Minute Warning, before forming the still-active hard rock band Loaded, in which he performs lead vocals and rhythm guitar Between 2002 and 2008, he played bass in the supergroup Velvet Revolver with his former Guns N' Roses bandmates Slash and Matt Sorum He briefly performed with Jane's Addiction in 2010 and joined the supergroup Hollywood Vampires in 20164

In addition to his musical career, McKagan has established himself as a writer He has written weekly columns on a wide variety of topics for SeattleWeeklycom,5 Playboycom,6 and ESPNcom7 A former high school drop-out, he attended Seattle University's Albers School of Business and Economics in the early 2000s, and subsequently founded the wealth management firm Meridian Rock8 He was a high school honor student, but dropped out early to pursue a career in music

Contents

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Career
    • 21 1979–1985: Early years
    • 22 1985–1997: Guns N' Roses, Believe in Me and Neurotic Outsiders
    • 23 1997–2002: 10 Minute Warning reunion, Beautiful Disease and Loaded
    • 24 2002–2010: Velvet Revolver, Loaded reunion, Jane's Addiction
    • 25 2010-Present: Kings of Chaos, Return to Guns N' Roses
    • 26 Session work
    • 27 Other ventures
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Discography
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Early lifeedit

Michael Andrew McKagan grew up in Seattle's largely working-class University District,9 the youngest of eight children born to Alice and Elmer "Mac" McKagan He has been called "Duff" since toddlerhood, to which he once referred as "an Irish thing"9 Following his parents' divorce, his mother supported the family by taking a job as a medical stenographer9 He was taught how to play bass by his brother Bruce, further developing his skills by playing along with the albums 1999 by Prince and Damaged by Black Flag10 In his autobiography, It's So Easy And Other Lies, McKagan said he was influenced by bass driven bands such as that of Barry Adamson in Magazinecitation needed

Although an honors student, McKagan dropped out of Roosevelt High School in the tenth grade He then worked as a pastry chef for the Great American Food and Beverage Company while earning his GED9 He was later awarded an honorary diploma after speaking at the class of 2012's graduation ceremony11

Careeredit

1979–1985: Early yearsedit

In 1979, at the age of 15, McKagan formed the punk band the Vains, in which he played bass; they released the single "School Jerks" in 1980912 During this time, he also played guitar in the punk band the Living, which opened shows for Hüsker Dü and DOA, which developed a devoted following

In 1980, McKagan joined the pop-punk band the Fastbacks as their drummer He appeared on their 1981 debut single "It's Your Birthday", which was issued on guitarist Kurt Bloch's label No Threes Records, and on the song "Someone Else's Room", which was included on the Seattle Syndrome Volume One compilation album, also released in 198113

In 1982, McKagan became the drummer for the hardcore punk band The Fartz, with whom he recorded several demos, five of which were included on their 1990 album You, We See You Crawling14 After several line-up changes, The Fartz evolved into the post-punk band 10 Minute Warning, for which McKagan played guitar9

In 1983, McKagan moved to Los Angeles, California, with one of his brothers where he found work as an appetizer server at a Black Angus restaurant in Northridge9 Answering an ad for a bass guitarist in a local newspaper, he met guitarist Slash and drummer Steven Adler,91516 with whom he formed the short-lived band Road Crew17 They auditioned a number of singers, including one-time Black Flag vocalist Ron Reyes, and worked on material that included the main riff of what would become the Guns N' Roses song "Rocket Queen"17 Slash eventually disbanded the group due to them not being able to find a singer, as well as Adler's lack of work ethic compared to himself and McKagan17

1985–1997: Guns N' Roses, Believe in Me and Neurotic Outsidersedit

In June 1985, McKagan replaced bassist Ole Beich in Guns N' Roses,182 which was newly founded by singer Axl Rose and guitarist Izzy Stradlin of Hollywood Rose1920 McKagan's Road Crew bandmates Slash and Steven Adler joined the band that same month After two days of rehearsal, the line-up played its debut gig at The Troubadour on June 6 In 1987, Guns N' Roses released its debut album, Appetite for Destruction, which to date has sold over 28 million copies worldwide,21 18 million of which were in the United States, making it the best-selling debut album of all time in the US22 The following year, the band released G N' R Lies, which sold over five million copies in the US alone,23 despite containing only eight tracks, four of which were included on the previously released EP Live [email protected] Like a Suicide

In 1990, Steven Adler was fired from the band because of his heroin addiction; he was replaced by Matt Sorum of The Cult24

In May 1991, Guns N' Roses embarked on the two-and-a-half-year-long Use Your Illusion Tour The following September, the band released the long-awaited albums Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II, which debuted at No 2 and No 1 respectively on the US chart, a feat unachieved by any other group25 In November 1991, Izzy Stradlin abruptly left the band; he was replaced by Gilby Clarke of Kill For Thrills In 1993, the band released "The Spaghetti Incident", a cover album of mostly punk songs, which proved less successful than its predecessors McKagan took on lead vocals on four songs, including live favorite "Attitude", originally by the Misfits That same year, McKagan released his debut solo album, Believe in Me, on which he sang lead vocals and played virtually every instrumentcitation needed

In 1995, with Guns N' Roses largely inactive, McKagan formed the supergroup Neurotic Outsiders with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, John Taylor of Duran Duran, and his Guns N' Roses bandmate Matt Sorum Originally a gathering of friends jamming together at the Viper Room in Hollywood, they released their self-titled album on Maverick Records in 1996 The band played a brief tour of Europe and North America, before disbanding in 1997 In August of that year, McKagan left Guns N' Roses as its last original member other than Axl Rose26

1997–2002: 10 Minute Warning reunion, Beautiful Disease and Loadededit

Following his departure from Guns N' Roses in 1997, McKagan moved back to Seattle, where he met with many of his old friends, including Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard, who convinced him to reunite 10 Minute Warning Singer Christopher Blue was brought in to replace Steve Verwolf, who was serving a term in federal prison In 1998, the band released their self-titled album on Sub Pop The album featured nine tracks, including two new versions of songs originally recorded by The Fartz, namely "Is This the Way" and "Buried" 10 Minute Warning played its last show on August 22, 1998 at the Roseland theater in Portland, Oregon27

McKagan's second solo album, Beautiful Disease, was intended to be released in 1999, but became lost in the legal shuffle of the merge between Geffen Records and Interscope Records28 McKagan was dropped from Geffen's roster,2930 and subsequently lost all commercial rights to release the record For the tour supporting his ill-fated solo album, he formed the band Loaded, which consisted of McKagan on bass and vocals, Dez Cadena, formerly of Black Flag, on guitar, Michael Barragan, formerly of Plexi, on guitar, and Taz Bentley, formerly of The Reverend Horton Heat, on drums Loaded independently released the live record Episode 1999: Live, before disbanding in late 1999

In 2000, McKagan reformed Loaded, remaining as the lead vocalist but switching from bass to rhythm guitar, and adding drummer Geoff Reading of Green Apple Quick Step, guitarist Mike Squires of Harvey Danger, and bassist Jeff Rouse of Alien Crime Syndicate Both Squires and Rouse joined after the recording of the band's debut album, Dark Days, released in 2001 Dave Dederer, formerly of The Presidents of the United States of America, took up recording duties for the albumcitation needed

In 2002, while on tour, both Squires and Rouse left Loaded to join the reformed Alien Crime Syndicate Former Wasted Youth and Electric Love Hogs guitarist Dave Kushner and former Burning Witch bassist George Stuart Dahlquist were brought in to replace them31 McKagan and Kushner went on to form Velvet Revolver, putting Loaded on hiatus

2002–2010: Velvet Revolver, Loaded reunion, Jane's Addictionedit

McKagan with Velvet Revolver at Gods of Metal in 2007

In 2002, McKagan founded the supergroup Velvet Revolver with his former Guns N' Roses bandmates Slash and Matt Sorum, and Loaded guitarist Dave Kushner Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland completed the line-up In 2004, they released their debut album, Contraband, which debuted at No 1 on the US chart and sold two million copies Their second album, Libertad, was released in 2007 to mixed reviews; it failed to achieve the same commercial success as its predecessor The band toured extensively, until Weiland left in April 2008 to reunite with Stone Temple Pilots32 Velvet Revolver has been on hiatus since Weiland's departure

McKagan subsequently reunited Loaded, with Mike Squires and Jeff Rouse returning to the group, and that same year, they released the EP Wasted Heart In 2009, the band released its second studio album, Sick,33 and embarked on tours with Mötley Crüe and Black Stone Cherry3435 Later that year, Geoff Reading departed the band; he was replaced by Isaac Carpenter36

In 2010, McKagan briefly joined Jane's Addiction, with lead guitarist Dave Navarro originally confirming that McKagan had joined the band on a permanent basis37 On joining the band, McKagan stated, "Something like a chance to write, record, and perhaps even perform with a band of the quality of Jane's Addiction does not come around every day I have a lot of respect for this band and the guys in it"38 He worked on several songs with Jane's Addiction and played four shows with the band—two in Los Angeles,3739 and two in Europe, including one at Rock in Rio in Madrid40

On September 6, six months after McKagan joined the band, Jane's Addiction announced that they had parted ways due to the fact that "musically they were all headed in different directions"41

McKagan playing his solo spot of "Raw Power" at Arrowhead Stadium as part of the Not In This Lifetime Tour

2010-Present: Kings of Chaos, Return to Guns N' Rosesedit

On October 14, 2010, McKagan appeared on stage with Guns N' Roses for the first time since 1993 at The O2 Arena in London He played bass on "You Could Be Mine", electric guitar on "Nice Boys" and "Knockin' on Heaven's Door", and acoustic guitar and tambourine on "Patience"42 McKagan then returned to Loaded, with whom he recorded a third studio album, The Taking, which was released in 2011 Loaded twice served as opening act for Guns N' Roses in December of that year, with McKagan again briefly joining his old band on stage43

On April 14, 2012, McKagan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the classic lineup of Guns N' Roses44

In 2012, Duff went on tour with the Rock N Roll All Stars, a band that consisted of many of rock's most recognized performers The band downsized and became the Kings Of Chaos in 2013 The primary members with Duff are Joe Elliott of Def Leppard and Joe Elliott's Down N' Outz, Matt Sorum of Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver, Gilby Clarke of Guns N' Roses and Steve Stevens of Billy Idol's band Others who round out the group are: Glenn Hughes of Deep Purple fame and Sebastian Bach, formerly of Skid Row The band released the cover song "Never Before" by Deep Purple

In 2014, McKagan again briefly reunited with Guns N' Roses He played five full shows in South America, filling in for Tommy Stinson McKagan subsequently played with Guns N' Roses at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards show in Los Angeles45 During Guns N' Roses' spring 2014 residency at The Joint in Las Vegas, McKagan played another full concert with the band46

In 2016, McKagan was announced alongside Slash, as having returned to Guns N' Roses to headline Coachella47 After playing a secret warmup gig at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on April 1, 2016,48 The band embarked on the Not in This Lifetime Tour49

Session workedit

In 1990, McKagan—along with his Guns N' Roses bandmate Slash—co-wrote and played several songs on Iggy Pop's Brick by Brick In 1995, he collaborated with Slash on his solo project Slash's Snakepit; he co-wrote "Beggars and Hangers-On" off their album It's Five O'Clock Somewhere, which he played live during a Snakepit show in May of that year In 1998, McKagan collaborated with his former Guns N' Roses bandmate Izzy Stradlin on his solo album 117° The following year, he played on Stradlin's album Ride On, and joined him on a tour of Japan supporting the album50 Also in 1999, he contributed to the album Humanary Stew: A Tribute to Alice Cooper, an Alice Cooper tribute album In 2001, McKagan played on the album Skyjin by Zilch, Mark Lanegan's solo album Field Songs, and Izzy Stradlin's album River The following year, he played on Stradlin's album On Down the Road In 2004, he again collaborated with Mark Lanegan on his album Bubblegum, along with Stradlin

McKagan played on three tracks off Izzy Stradlin's 2008 album Concrete, including the title track, as well as seven songs off his album Wave of Heat, which was released in 2010 Also in 2010, McKagan appeared on Slash's eponymous debut solo album; he played on the track "Watch This" with Dave Grohl on drums That year, he also made a guest appearance—along with Slash and Matt Sorum—on Macy Gray's album The Sellout,51 and appeared on the Manic Street Preachers song "A Billion Balconies Facing the Sun" off their album Postcards From a Young Man52

Other venturesedit

McKagan has two minor acting credits; in 1988, he appeared with his Guns N' Roses bandmates in the Dirty Harry film The Dead Pool, and in 1997, he played a rocker vampire in an episode of the television series Sliders53 In 1999, he appeared in Anthony Scarpa's documentary film Betty Blowtorch and Her Amazing True Life Adventures, which focuses on the all-female hard rock band Betty Blowtorch, whose debut EP Get Off McKagan produced the same year

In addition to his musical career, McKagan has established himself as a writer Since August 2008, he has written a weekly column for SeattleWeeklycom,5 from January to December 2009, he wrote a weekly financial column titled "Duffonomics" for Playboycom,6 and since January 2011, he has written a weekly sports column for ESPNcom7 McKagan's autobiography, It's So Easy And Other Lies, was released on October 4, 2011 His second book, How to Be a Man: and other illusions was released on May 12, 201554

In 2011, McKagan founded Meridian Rock, a wealth management firm for musicians8 Headed by McKagan and British investor Andy Bottomley, the firm aims to educate musicians about their finances8

McKagan has been involved in "The Heroes Project", founded by his friend Tim Medvetz, which is dedicated to helping soldiers and their families As part of the project he took part in a climb up Mount Rainier in 2012, accompanying a former soldier with a prosthetic limb During this climb McKagan suffered a potentially fatal cerebral edema555657

It was announced in 2012 that Rainstorm Entertainment will produce a ‘biographical documentary’ based on It's So Easy And Other Lies McKagan is listed as a producer and writer58 The film, titled It's So Easy And Other Lies after the book, was released in May 201659

Those interviewed for the project include Mick Jagger, Elton John, Slash, Joe Elliott and Arnold Schwarzenegger60

Following an appearance with the Hollywood Vampires at the 2016 Grammy Awards ceremony in tribute to Lemmy Kilmister, McKagan was considered a member of the supergroup, although his time in the band was short-lived as he returned to Guns N' Roses two months later4

Personal lifeedit

On May 28, 1988, McKagan married his first wife, Mandy Brix, singer of punk rock band the Lame Flames; the couple divorced on April 1, 1990 He remarried in September 1992 to Linda Johnson, but this marriage too ended in divorce in September 199553 McKagan married Susan Holmes, a model and swimsuit designer, on August 28, 199953 They have two daughters together; Grace Elizabeth b August 27, 1997 and Mae Marie McKagan b July 16, 2000 McKagan and his family reside in Seattle He was one of the last people confirmed to have seen Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain before he died on April 5, 1994 He sat next to Cobain on a flight from Los Angeles to Seattle on April 161

McKagan later recalled, "I didn't have any foresight that the guy was going to do what he did I could tell he was bummed out, and I'd been that way before I thought I'd ask him to come stay at my house; I turned around and he was gone"61

On May 10, 1994, at the age of 30, McKagan became gravely ill due to acute alcohol-induced pancreatitis, which caused his pancreas to swell to the size of a football and leak digestive enzymes into his body, causing third-degree burns He was taken to Northwest Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle, where he was monitored until the swelling went down He was told by his doctors that he would be dead within a month if he did not stop drinking He had made previous efforts to curb his drinking, but this health crisis was his incentive to become sober for good In his autobiography, he attributed his sobriety to exercise through first mountain biking, and later martial arts62

McKagan claimed in his autobiography that the fictional product Duff Beer on The Simpsons was named after him, and has received no royalties, but Simpsons creator Matt Groening called the claim "absurd"63

A high school drop-out, McKagan enrolled in a basic finance course at Santa Monica Community College in 1994; he explained that going over the financial records from his Guns N' Roses days had made him want to understand the process more, stating, "I couldn't make sense of it I didn't know how much we had made or lost on the tour As a 30 year-old millionaire, how do I admit to somebody that I don't know what the fuck I'm doing"8

In 2000, after attending several more classes at Seattle Central Community College, he enrolled full-time at Seattle University's Albers School of Business and Economics When Velvet Revolver took off in his final year as an undergraduate student, McKagan took a hiatus from business school to go on tour; he is still one quarter short of graduating8

Also in the year 2000, Duff McKagan was one of the 8 members of Guns N' Roses referenced in the Playstation title Mega Man X5, and was referenced through the boss Duff McWhalen

Discographyedit

Main article: Duff McKagan discography Studio albums
  • Believe in Me 1993
  • Beautiful Disease 1999; unreleased
With Duff McKagan's Loaded Main article: Loaded discography
  • Dark Days 2001
  • Sick 2009
  • The Taking 2011

Notesedit

  1. ^ Canter 2007, p unknown
  2. ^ a b Torreano, Bradley "Duff McKagan biography" Allmusic Retrieved 2011-05-19 
  3. ^ "Guns N' Roses Biography" The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2012 Retrieved April 16, 2012 
  4. ^ a b Staff 2016-02-18 "Alice Cooper Is Working on a New Solo Album and a Hollywood Vampires Follow-Up" Ultimateclassicrockcom Retrieved 2016-07-09 
  5. ^ a b McKagan, Duff "Seattle Weekly: Duff McKagan on Reverb" SeattleWeeklycom Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  6. ^ a b McKagan, Duff "Duffonomics" Playboycom Retrieved 2011-05-04 permanent dead link
  7. ^ a b McKagan, Duff "Duff McKagan Stories" ESPNcom Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  8. ^ a b c d e Kimes, Mina 2011-03-04 "From Guns N' Roses bassist to money manager" Fortune Time Inc Retrieved 2016-12-18 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h McDonald, Patrick November 1991 "The Adventures of Duff and His Guns" Circus Archived from the original on October 13, 2007 Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  10. ^ Davis 2008, pp 46–47
  11. ^ Jessica Derschowitz June 25, 2012 "Duff McKagan receives GED" CBS News 
  12. ^ "Albums by Vains" RateYourMusiccom Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  13. ^ "Fastbacks profile" RockDetectorcom Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  14. ^ "The Fartz - You, We See You Crawling" Discogscom Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  15. ^ Slash & Bozza 2007, p 85
  16. ^ McKagan, Duff 2009-09-18 "My Story: Getting to LA, Getting Guns, and Getting Gigs" Seattle Weekly Retrieved 2011-05-19 
  17. ^ a b c Slash & Bozza 2007, p 87
  18. ^ Slash & Bozza 2007, p 98
  19. ^ Berelian 2005, p 143
  20. ^ Slash & Bozza 2007, p unknown
  21. ^ "Guns N' Roses To Release New Album - Axl Rose Is The Only Original Remaining Member" Sky News 2008-10-23 Archived from the original on 2009-02-13 Retrieved 2011-06-05 
  22. ^ "Top 100 Albums" RIAA Retrieved 2011-06-05 
  23. ^ "RIAA's Gold & Platinum Program" RIAA Retrieved 2011-06-05 
  24. ^ Spitz, Marc July 1999 "Just a Little Patience" Spin Retrieved 2011-06-03 
  25. ^ Sugerman, Danny 1991 Appetite for Destruction: The Days of Guns N' Roses St Martin's Press ISBN 0-312-07634-7 
  26. ^ "The History of GN'R" Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  27. ^ "Greg Gilmore: One Arm Waving" GilmoreFreeshellorg Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  28. ^ Strauss, Neil 1998-12-21 "A Major Merger Shakes Up the World of Rock" The New York Times Retrieved 2010-05-11 
  29. ^ Harris, Will 2009-05-14 "A chat with Duff McKagan" Bullz-Eyecom Archived from the original on 2011-11-04 Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  30. ^ Slash & Bozza 2007, p 407
  31. ^ Stingley, Mick 2004-07-14 "Exclusive! Interview With Velvet Revolver Guitarist Dave Kushner" KNACcom Archived from the original on 2011-06-14 Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  32. ^ "It's Official: Velvet Revolver Parts Ways With Singer Scott Weiland" Blabbermouthnet 2008-04-01 Archived from the original on 2008-04-04 Retrieved 2008-04-01 
  33. ^ "Duff McKagan's Loaded: 'Sick' First-Week Sales Revealed" Blabbermouthnet 2009-04-17 Retrieved 2011-05-03 permanent dead link
  34. ^ "Motley Crue Gets Loaded with Duff McKagan" SleazeRoxxcom 2009-07-16 Archived from the original on 2010-01-25 Retrieved 2010-02-05 
  35. ^ "Black Stone Cherry Announces European Tour Dates with Duff McKagan's Loaded" MetalUndergroundcom 2009-08-13 Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  36. ^ "Duff McKagan's Loaded Drummer Quits; Replacement Announced" Blabbermouthnet 2009-09-12 Archived from the original on 2009-09-24 Retrieved 2009-09-12 
  37. ^ a b "Dave Navarro Confirms Duff McKagan Has Joined Jane's Addiction" Blabbermouthnet 2010-04-01 Archived from the original on 2010-04-06 Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  38. ^ Kornelis, Chris 2010-04-07 "Duff McKagan Addresses the Jane's Addiction Rumors, the Velvet Revolver Talk, and Those Missed Deadlines" Seattle Weekly Archived from the original on 2010-04-11 Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  39. ^ "Jane's Addiction Debuts New Song At Cinco De Mayo Concert; Video Available" Blabbermouthnet 2010-05-06 Archived from the original on 2011-06-06 Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  40. ^ "New Jane's Addiction Lineup Announces First Dates" Blabbermouthnet 2010-04-19 Archived from the original on 2011-06-06 Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  41. ^ Goodman, Dean 2010-09-06 "Ex-Guns N' Roses bassist leaves Jane's Addiction" Reuters Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  42. ^ "Duff McKagan Joins Guns N' Roses On Stage In London!" Blabbermouthnet 2010-10-14 Archived from the original on 2011-03-12 Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  43. ^ "Duff McKagan Joins Guns N' Roses on Stage in Seattle" 2011-12-17 Retrieved 2016-12-18 permanent dead link
  44. ^ "Cleveland's Rock Hall welcomes new class" CBS News 2012-04-14 Retrieved 2016-12-18 
  45. ^ "Duff McKagan Reuniting With Guns N' Roses to 'Help Axl Out', Says Tommy Stinson" Billboard 
  46. ^ "Duff McKagan Performs With Guns N' Roses In Las Vegas" Ultimate Classic Rock 
  47. ^ "Guns N' Roses confirm return of Slash and Duff McKagan for Coachella reunion" Nmecom 2016-01-06 Retrieved 2016-07-09 
  48. ^ "Guns N' Roses Performs At The Troubadour: Video Footage And Photos - Blabbermouthnet" BLABBERMOUTHNET Retrieved 2 April 2016 
  49. ^ "Guns N' Roses Confirm North American Tour" Rolling Stone Retrieved 26 March 2016 
  50. ^ "Izzy Stradlin On Tour 1992–2007" IzzyOnTourcom Archived from the original on 2007-05-27 Retrieved 2011-05-04 
  51. ^ "Former Guns N' Roses Members Featured On New Macy Gray Album" Blabbermouthnet 2010-05-21 Archived from the original on 2011-06-06 Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  52. ^ Nissim, Mayer 2010-06-05 "Ex-GN'R bassist features on new Manics LP" Digital Spy Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  53. ^ a b c "Duff McKagan IMDb Profile" IMDb Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  54. ^ Titus, Christa "Duff McKagan on Substance Abuse, Fatherhood and the Possibility of a Guns N' Roses Reunion" Billboardcom Retrieved September 9, 2015 
  55. ^ "Coming Down the Mountain" Seattle Weekly Archived from the original on 2012-09-02 Retrieved 2012-09-07 
  56. ^ "Duff McKagan Risks Cerebral Edema Climbing Mt Ranier" Ultimate Classic Rock Retrieved 2012-09-07 
  57. ^ "Duff McKagan's Climbing Close Call" Planet Rock Retrieved 2012-09-07 
  58. ^ "It’s So Easy" Rainstorm Entertainment Retrieved 2016-12-18 
  59. ^ "Duff Mckagan Documentary 'It's So Easy And Other Lies' Begins Theatrical Run" Blabbermouthnet 2016-05-26 Retrieved 2016-12-18 
  60. ^ "It's So Easy to be turned into a documentary" Blabbermouth Retrieved 2016-12-18 
  61. ^ a b "Duff McKagan Wonders 'What If' He Could Have Saved Kurt Cobain" MetalUndergroundcom 2005-04-19 Retrieved 2016-12-18 
  62. ^ Hibbard, Jamie 2005-04-16 "My Life Story" Metal Hammer Archived from the original on 2009-02-11 Retrieved 2011-05-05 
  63. ^ "Tweet by Simpsons music editor Chris Ledesma" Twitter 2012-11-15 Retrieved 2016-12-18 

Referencesedit

  • Berelian, Essi 2005 The Rough Guide to Heavy Metal Rough Guides ISBN 978-1-84353-415-0 
  • Canter, Marc 2007 Reckless Road: Guns N' Roses and the Making of Appetite for Destruction Shoot Hip Press ISBN 978-0-9793418-7-8 
  • Davis, Stephen 2008 Watch You Bleed: The Saga of Guns N' Roses Gotham Books ISBN 978-1-59240-377-6 
  • Slash; Bozza, Anthony 2007 Slash HarperCollins ISBN 978-0-00-725775-1 

External linksedit

  • Duff McKagan's column on ESPNcom
  • "Duff McKagan —Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction" Loudwire, June 3, 2015 —Video
  • What We Live For A true story on The Moth as told by Duff McKagan

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