Guns N’ Roses Member Reveals Eerie Chris Cornell Photo


Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan has revealed a never released online photo of himself and Chris Cornell backstage at Mad Season’s January 2015 reunion show in Seattle. The photo was taken by Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, and you can view it below.

The Chris Cornell Instagram page also made an eerie post on Friday, “Hang my head, Drown my fear, Till you all just disappear.”

Reuters is reporting that McKagan is involved in a lawsuit with a brewery, “[Guns N’ Roses] has sued the Colorado brewery Oskar Blues, accusing it of trademark infringement for selling an ale named Guns ‘N’ Rosé without permission.

In a complaint filed on Thursday in Los Angeles federal court, Guns N’ Roses accused Oskar Blues of intentionally trading off its goodwill, prestige and fame by selling Guns ‘N’ Rosé since early 2018, and confusing beer drinkers into thinking the band was connected with the ale.

Guns N’ Roses, whose general partners include singer Axl Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan, also objected to sales of related goods including T-shirts, stickers, buttons and bandannas, “an item uniquely associated” with the band and Rose.

The band is seeking triple damages and a halt to sales of infringing products.

Oskar Blues is part of the Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective. The brewery, its outside law firm and Canarchy did not immediately respond on Friday to requests for comment.”