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Video: Dizzy Reed Performs With Guns N' Roses Tribute Band

by Alisha Jackson

Last week, we dissected social media posts by former and current members of Guns N’ Roses, including posts by those close to the musicians, and came up with a yet-to-be-confirmed lineup for the band’s reunion at Coachella 2016. 237 more words


UPROXX 20: Dizzy Reed Of Guns 'N Roses & The Dead Daisies Wants To Go Out With A Heroin Sandwich

Dizzy Reed is musician best known for being the longtime keyboardist/pianist for Guns ‘N Roses. He and the rest of the band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. 571 more words


Classic Rock Almanac June 18, 2015


Today’s Question: Sir Paul McCartney celebrates his 73rd birthday today (June 18th).

Which of these group names was inspired by the alias McCartney performed under in 1960, when the then-Silver Beatles toured as the backing band for Scottish singer Johnny Gentle? 499 more words


Video Rank: Guns n Roses

Last night I was sitting at home watching TV and out of the blue Guns N Roses Estranged popped into my head. Then I proceeded to look up the video for the sing, which got me thinking about all their videos. 47 more words

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Dizzy Reed: new Guns N' Roses album might be out "really soon"

Guns N’ Roses keyboard player Dizzy Reed has said that the band’s new album could be released “really soon.”

Speaking in interview, Reed told VH1 Radio: ” “There’s a lot of material that’s already done and I think it’s in the process of being finished and eventually we’ll pick out which songs need to come out with which other songs… So that’s in the works. 214 more words


Hookers & Blow 10th Anniversary Bash

Salem and I went to see Hookers & Blow, one of our favorite Compound bands, celebrate 10 years together with a huge anniversary bash at… 66 more words


Guns N' Roses' Next Record Is 'Close to Being Done,' Dizzy Reed Says

Soon, Guns N’ Roses might be releasing even more than the Chinese Democracy sequel that Axl Rose teased in June. Keyboardist Dizzy Reed tells Rolling Stone the group has “a shitload of songs” – enough to make up another record or two – that were recorded while making their 2008 album. 718 more words