Classic drummer of Guns N’ Roses, Matt Sorum spoke in an interview with Tony Gonzalez from Loudwire, and revealed the untold truth behind Guns N’ Roses reunion tour.
Interviewer asked when he found out about the Guns N’ Roses reunion, he responded:
“Probably about when everybody else did. [Laughs] I was in the band Hollywood Vampires there for a minute. So it was kind of around that time. That’s basically what happened. And then it just went the way it went. And life goes on.
I look at my time in that band as well spent. It can never really be reimagined or replaced, that experience in my life. And I give a lot of credit to my career going forward because of that experience.
Because I guess when you go down the list of bands that I’ve played with, there’ve been many. Some people prefer maybe The Cult over GN’R. If I run into a fan on the street, the might love me for The Cult, or there’s a lot of people that maybe weren’t as much into GN’R but loved Velvet Revolver because it was maybe more of a modern rock band that came… In 2004, we were formed. So it’s not that long ago.”
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Back in February 2019, Matt Sorum has shared his thoughts about famous producer Neil Portnow on Twitter.
He said that ‘Neil Portnow doesn’t show any respect to someone that doesn’t serve his narcissistic ego’, and continued:
“The Ivory tower still exists filled with old men clueless on what real musicians female and male are.
Neil Portnow called me an insecure percussionist when I spoke to the board of music cares about protecting the mental health of all musicians not just the ones that are important to the bottom line. Money, Greed, Power is the anti of why we become artists.
Talent and creativity is built on passion and a Gift. What Drake said was right. You’ve already won if people connect with what you create. The accolades are not accurate to our world as a whole.”
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