What Is Rock Star Axl Rose From Guns N' Roses Up To Now?
Axl Rose is better known for being the lead singer of the rock band Guns N' Roses. While he has been active in show business for many decades, we have been wondering what he is up to now. Let's find out...
Axl Rose was born on February 6, 1962 in Indiana. The musician, singer and songwriter is best known for being rock band Guns N' Roses' frontman, who also toured with the legendary Australian rock band AC/DC for a couple of months in 2016.
Considered to be one of the greatest music stars, Axl Rose released six studio albums as part of Guns N' Roses. However, he also appeared on the big screen! In 1988, for instance, he played the role of a musician at a funeral in the film The Dead Pool. But what has the rock star been up to lately?
Guns N' Roses: This is Axl Rose today
The most recent Guns N' Roses album, Chinese Democracy, was released in 2008, which doesn't necessarily mean Axl Rose's career stopped. In fact, he is still performing on different stages all over the globe!
Just this year, before the coronavirus pandemic led to the cancellation of thousands of events, Axl Rose, alongside his beloved band Guns N' Roses, was the headliner of one of the biggest music festivals in Mexico, Vive Latino. The event took place on March 14, 2020 at Mexico City's Foro Sol, where he surprised fans with some of his biggest hits including "Welcome to the Jungle," "November Rain," "Sweet Child O' Mine," and of course, "Don't Cry."
The band recently announced rescheduled dates for their 2020 Central and South America tour
Quick facts about Axl Rose:
- Axl Rose was reportedly kicked out of his house for not cutting his hair at the age 16. Surprised?
- He is a big fan of Elton John and the Queen!
- According to IMDb, he is against the use of drugs and even threatened to leave Guns N' Roses if his bandmates continued using heroin
- Axl is very active on Twitter and often posts pictures of his concerts
Wanna thank All the fans, the band n' every1 4 their concern n' well wishes! In Johannesburg w/plenty of time 2 b ready 4 the show! This flu or whatever is a wild ride! Comes in waves. Ur ok till ur not! pic.twitter.com/gfbLR7YemW— Axl Rose (@axlrose) November 27, 2018