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Rock Feuds: Axl Rose vs. Kurt Cobain

Axl Rose and Kurt Cobain are among the most celebrated singers in rock history, but the two icons had a heated feud that lasted for years. As the frontman of Guns N’ Roses, Rose was on top of the world as the ‘90s dawned. The band’s first album, Appetite for Destruction (from 1987), ranks among the best-selling LPs of all time, and 1988's follow-up EP, G N' R Lies, went five-time platinum. But while Rose was held high as the poster child for the Sunset Strip music scene, another sound was fermenting in the Pacific Northwest.
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Rock Feuds: Axl Rose vs. Kurt Cobain

Axl Rose and Kurt Cobain are among the most celebrated singers in rock history, but the two icons had a heated feud that lasted for years. As the frontman of Guns N’ Roses, Rose was on top of the world as the ‘90s dawned. The band’s first album, Appetite for Destruction (from 1987), ranks among the best-selling LPs of all time, and 1988's follow-up EP, G N' R Lies, went five-time platinum. But while Rose was held high as the poster child for the Sunset Strip music scene, another sound was fermenting in the Pacific Northwest.
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Rock Feuds: Axl Rose vs. Kurt Cobain

Axl Rose and Kurt Cobain are among the most celebrated singers in rock history, but the two icons had a heated feud that lasted for years. As the frontman of Guns N’ Roses, Rose was on top of the world as the ‘90s dawned. The band’s first album, Appetite for Destruction (from 1987), ranks among the best-selling LPs of all time, and 1988's follow-up EP, G N' R Lies, went five-time platinum. But while Rose was held high as the poster child for the Sunset Strip music scene, another sound was fermenting in the Pacific Northwest.
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Carrie Underwood Brings out Axl Rose for Epic Guns N' Roses Duets at Stagecoach 2022

Carrie Underwood's love of Guns N' Roses is no secret, so her band playing "Sweet Child o' Mine" during her Stagecoach Festival set Saturday was not a surprise. She did have a shocker for the audience, though, as she brought GNR frontman Axl Rose to the stage. After "Sweet Child o' Mine," the two performed another of Underwood's favorite songs, "Paradise City."
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