GO AWAY! Tracii Guns turned away at Canadian border, concerts cancelled Canada — The great white north has bitten another rock band. This time it’s Tracii Guns and his band that were turned away at the Canadian border on early Monday evening. The Tracii Guns official band facebook page have posted the following message. Alert to our Canadian friends . We were turned away at the border at 650 PM tonight and due to[…]Read More »
LESS RAPPERS L.A. Guns singer “I stand by my words and make no apology for my observations” Facebook — It appears that Phil Lewis has ruffled some feathers and stirred the pot for a second time in 48 hours with his recent comments. Those comments to some are now being viewed as racist. Lewis himself prefaced his statement from the stage with; “I’m not going to be a racist about it, but…” The L.A. Guns[…]Read More »
GLOBAL GUNS L.A. Guns announce 2016 World Tour Hollywood, CA — Hot on the heels of their performance at the annual “Rainbow Bar & Grill” show over the weekend, L.A. Guns have just issued an extensive tour schedule. The band will begin their jaunt later this week on the East Coast and will perform throughout the summer into the fall. Headed up by original members Phil Lewis (vocals) and Steve Riley (drums) the Hollywood based group will[…]Read More »
SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW Anniversary party in parking lot puts exclamation point on retro-rock weekend
SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW Anniversary party in parking lot puts exclamation point on retro-rock weekend HOLLYWOO, Calif., USA — An action-packed weekend of retro rock was capped Sunday in grand fashion with the 44th annual Rainbow Bar & Grill Anniversary party, where about 1,000 revelers packed not just the legendary restaurant/club but the parking lot, too, as L.A. Guns, Autograph, Junkyard, Tuff, Circus of Power and others performed in succession beginning in the early afternoon. It[…]Read More »
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Rainbow Bar & Grill announce 44th Anniversary Party; L.A. Guns, Junkyard, Autograph, Tuff & Circus Of Power HOLLYWOOD, California — Just in time for spring the ‘Rainbow Bar & Grill’ have announced their annual parking lot party. This years marks the 44th Anniversary for the world famous club. The event is only a handful of years old but it’s growing every year. The show will be headlined by local Hollywood faves the L.A. Guns. Other[…]Read More »
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TRACII GONES? Devil City Angels rumored to be prepping for split with guitarist Tracii Guns Rumorville — A hot rumor on the street has been gaining steam leading up to NAMM week in Southern California. What rumor is that you ask? It’s making the rounds that Devil City Angels is prepping to part ways with guitarist Tracii Guns. This rumor has hit the Sludge inbox on 3 occasions in the recent week. What’s that old saying,[…]Read More »
Rock N' Skull weekend festival features: Danger Danger, Faster Pussycat, Enuff Z'Nuff, Black N' Blue, Lillian Axe, Tuff, Roxy Blue and Phil Lewis of L.A. Guns.
‘Rock N’ Skull’ weekend festival to feat: Danger Danger, Faster Pussycat, Black N’ Blue, Tuff, Roxy Blue & Babylon A.D Illinois — Smack dab in the middle of the heartland Rock N’ Skull is kicking off their inaugural festival with a bang bang for sure. This 3-day extravaganza will surely peek the interest of 80s hairband fans from near and far. The event is slated for mid November and is the offspring of last year’s Skull Fest. Promoter[…]Read More »
L.A. Guns gets their plug pulled mid-song at ’80s in the Park’ festival Florida — This past weekend was the annual “80’s In The Park” music festival in Melbourne Florida. The 3 day event hosted over 2 dozen bands including Brian Howe of Bad Company, Stephen Pearcy of Ratt, L.A. Guns, Don Dokken, John Waite, Bow Wow Wow, Bang Tango and Lillian Axe among others. The weather did not fully cooperate and it was[…]Read More »
Scotty Griffin breaks silence on his L.A. Guns departure: "I was kicked out, plain and simple. Or, as it was exactly worded "Phil has decided the band is going to move forward without you."
Scotty Griffin breaks silence on L.A. Guns: “I was kicked out, plain and simple. Or, as it was exactly worded “Phil has decided the band is going to move forward without you.” Facebook — L.A. Guns posted a message yesterday that the band and Griffin had decided to “part ways”. We put that article up right HERE. Now it seems that Scotty Griffin has come forward and has something to say about his recent departure.[…]Read More »