Thursday, February 18, 2021

Guns N’ Roses: The First 50 Gigs video podcast coming soon

A video podcast detailing the early days of Guns N’ Roses is gearing up to launch soon.

“GNR: The First 50 Gigs” is a comprehensive and multifaceted podcast, video and web series that provides a first-hand account of the origin story of GN'R, their rise on the Sunset Strip and the making of “Appetite For Destruction.”

Marc Canter photographed the band’s entire journey on the Sunset Strip, starting with Slash's garage bands in 1981 and ending when the band releases their album debut and leaves on their first international tour with The Cult in 1987.

Jason Porath, who was his right-hand man in co-writing Marc's book “Reckless Road”, will be hosting this series and along with providing a unique outlook on their first 50 gigs, will be sharing content only available through Marc’s immense archive.

The first two episodes of “GNR: The First 50 Gigs” have officially been recorded and are in post-production, according to producers, who are sharing a preview of the opening program.

The reassembled veteran outfit are currently scheduled to return to live action in June when they are set to begin a rescheduled European tour before playing North American dates in July and August.

Guns N’ Roses were named the No. 5 Rock News Artist Of The Year as part of the 2020 hennemusic Rock News Awards.

See also:

Guns N’ Roses stream 2019 Exit 111 Festival concert footage
Rock News Artist Of The Year No. 5: GUNS N’ ROSES
Guns N’ Roses share 2019 Wichita concert footage
Guns N’ Roses announce Australia and New Zealand tour dates
Search Guns N Roses at hennemusic