Duff McKagan’s Loaded Perform ‘Sick’ In Glasgow

Duff McKagan's Loaded

Footage of Duff McKagan’s Loaded performing ‘Sick’ live in Glasgow, Scotland has been posted at Century Media’s YouTube channel. The track is off the group’s new album ‘Sick’.

Video at YouTube has since been removed.

What Legacy Means To Duff McKagan

Duff McKagan's Loaded

Rockerrazzi.com caught up with Duff McKagan’s Loaded, asking about music they’ve been listening to lately and what legacy means to Duff. “It means don’t fu** up the agreement of trust you have between you and your fans,” the ex-Guns N’ Roses/current Velvet Revolver bassist explained. “Legacy doesn’t mean how big of a fu**ing rock star are you or any of that stuff. It’s just how you portray the inspiration you get when you write songs and put it out and fans take it and give it back to you when you perform live.” Watch the brief interview below the cut. (more…)

Duff McKagan’s Loaded ‘Flatline’ Video

Duff McKagan's Loaded

Duff McKagan’s Loaded are out with the video to their new single ‘Flatline’, off the rock group’s latest album ‘Sick’, out Tuesday (April 7) via Century Media Records. Watch it via YouTube below the cut. (more…)

Duff McKagan Discusses Loaded, Velvet Revolver & Column

Duff McKagan spoke with Ryan Manno of Chicago’s Q101.1 FM at the Staples Center in Los Angeles last week ahead of the Grammy Awards. The Velvet Revolver bassist talked about being the financial columnist for Playboy to try to break down the complexities of the economy, his column at Seattle Weekly, his side project Loaded, looking for a replacement for Scott Weiland and having it down to a few guys, and the Rock N’ Roll Fantasy Camp. Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Duff McKagan’s Loaded Develop ‘Road Gay’ On Tour

Duff McKagan's Loaded

Duff McKagan’s Loaded UK Tour Webisode features the Velvet Revolver bassist checking in on his tour bus after a show in Sheffied and eating cheesy fries. After introducing his crew, they talked with some venue employees about the band and showed some additional performance footage. Duff talked about how “road gay” sets in on a tour bus since they travel together only with other men. The band did some sightseeing at Loch Ness, claiming they saw Nelly but conveniently weren’t able to get the monster on camera.

The webisode at YouTube has since been removed.