Guns N' Roses not to split, Axl Rose dismisses rumours of retirement | music | Hindustan Times
Today in New Delhi, India
Feb 23, 2017-Thursday
-°C
New Delhi
  • Humidity
    -
  • Wind
    -

Guns N' Roses not to split, Axl Rose dismisses rumours of retirement

Axl Rose dismissed rumours about his retirement -- as reported on some websites -- on Guns N' Roses' Facebook page. He said he was not going anywhere and termed the rumours "b***s***".

music Updated: May 23, 2014 13:46 IST
Hindustan Times
Guns N' Roses

Guitarist-Ron-Bumblefoot-Thal-Lead-Vocalist-Axl-Rose-and-DJ-Ashba-of-Guns-N-Roses-performs-during-a-concert-in-Mumbai-PTI-Photo

Rock band Guns N' Roses is not splitting up as reported earlier by some websites.



Rumour said that the group will split up as frontman Axl Rose was ready to retire.

It was said that Rose was planning to call time on the hard rock group after they complete their Las Vegas residency on June 7, almost 30 years after he created the band, reported Contactmusic.



However, Rose dismissed the rumours on the group's Facebook page. He said he was not going anywhere and termed the rumours "b***s***".





Read: I have always wanted to play in India: Axl Rose


The 52-year-old singer is the only remaining founding member of the band with lead guitarist Slash, bassist Duff McKagan, drummer Steven Adler and rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin having all quit over the years.



The current members of Guns N' Roses are Tommy Stinson, Dizzy Read, DJ Ashba, Frank Ferrer, Chris Pitman and Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal.

Tata Tea’s Anthem of apathy
Partnered feature