According to Blabbermouth.net, Slash and Myles Kennedy played an acoustic version of the GUNS N’ ROSES classic “Sweet Child O’ Mine” during the after-party for the first-ever motion picture Slash has co-produced, “Nothing Left To Fear”, on Wednesday, September 25 in Hollywood, California. Video footage of the performance can be seen below.
Italian rock noir band BELLADONNA have just released as FREE DOWNLOAD a very noir version of Guns N’ Roses’ classic love song “Sweet Child O’ Mine”. The band has also published on their YouTube a video of the track, featuring the luscious singer Luana Caraffa at her very noir-est.
BELLADONNA’s “Sweet Child O’ Mine” is on iTunes, but it is also available as FREE DOWNLOAD on the band’s SoundCloud page.
Watch the video below.
BELLADONNA have just announced a string of dates to support the April release of their 4th album. These are the shows lined up so far, more to be added soon.
13 apr – Roma ITALY
26 apr – Milano ITALY
3 may – Perugia ITALY
4 may – Pisa ITALY
10 may – Matera ITALY
17 may – Beroun CZECH REPUBLIC
18 may – Sokolov CZECH REPUBLIC
31 may – Rho ITALY
1 june – Varese ITALY
27 jun – Zamberk CZECH REPUBLIC
3 aug – Kraslice CZECH REPUBLIC
Click here for more info on these dates
According to Nick Jedrzejewski from Dailyrecord.co.uk, a UK sheriff was left red-faced yesterday when his mobile phone started playing GUNS N’ ROSES in court.
Sheriff Craig McSherry, 63, was dealing with a drugs case when ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ started blaring out.
As a uniformed court officer looked around to work out where the song was coming from, the sheriff fumbled and pulled his phone out his pocket.
He managed to turn the rock classic off a few seconds into the introduction, before the rest of the band kicked in.
Muted sniggers could be heard from the public benches as lawyers in the Dunfermline court exchanged smiles.
After silencing his phone, the sheriff looked up and said “sorry” before nodding to a lawyer to continue with proceedings.
Mobiles are banned in all Scotland’s courts while they are in session.
Signs are placed on all doors as people enter court warning them to switch them off.
Read more at Dailyrecord.co.uk