Guns N’ Roses’ Incredible Comeback Shows No Signs of Stopping

 

Guns N’ Roses‘ Incredible Comeback Shows No Signs of Stopping

 

a guest article contributed by Dan Spiegel

 
If you told someone ten years ago that one of the most popular tours of 2016 and 2017 would be a Guns N’ Roses reunion, they probably would have laughed in your face. At that time, the band’s long-awaited comeback album, Chinese Democracy, had been delayed yet again, and lead singer Axl Rose was more of a punchline than the electric frontman he once was. Fast forward to today and the band is churning its way through an epic world tour while looking like they haven’t missed a beat.

 
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Reintroduce Yourself: An Interview with Chuck Mosley

 
Following on the heels of last month’s announcement about Chuck Mosley‘s “Reintroduce Yourself Tour 2017”, I was recently offered the opportunity to speak with the man himself — to find out the answers to some questions you may have about the tour or any of the numerous other things the singer/guitarist has going on these days.

Those answers can be found below, so go check them out. The tour continues TONIGHT (25 July) in Brooklyn, hitting stops in Connecticut, Maryland, and New York before closing out the week in Pittsburgh (Howlers in Bloomfield) on Saturday. Then starting next month, Mosley will be reintroducing himself all over the country — see the updated post for the latest dates (now running through November); at least a dozen more shows have been added since it was first published!

 
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The Good Earth

If you’ve come here expecting a discussion of classic literature or descriptions of Chinese peasant life, I’m afraid you will be disappointed. But that’s somewhat appropriate because disappointment is one of the major themes of the story I’m about to tell you.
 
However, the title of this article (which I’ve stolen from the book pictured here) is intended to illustrate a comparative concept: that to the extent that there is a “Good Earth,” it logically follows that there would exist a “Not-So-Good Earth.” Bear with me, it’ll all make sense soon enough. Probably.

 

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