Duff McKagan


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About Duff McKagan

Best known for his role in the iconic hard rock band Guns N' Roses, Duff McKagan provided bass for some of the most revered albums in the metal canon and continued a life in music after GNR's initial early-'90s combustion. McKagan would ultimately regroup with GNR for a reunion tour but stayed busy throughout the 20-plus years after he left the band with solo projects and groups like Velvet Revolver and Loaded. As a solo artist, McKagan's discography included a sloppy but solid 1993 debut album, Believe in Me; a follow-up effort that he lost the commercial rights to in a label merger in 1999; the politically charged and hopeful country-rock of Tenderness 20 years later, and his third album, Lighthouse, in 2023, which had contributions from Slash, Jerry Cantrell, Iggy Pop, and others.

Seattle, WA, United States
February 5, 1964
Hard Rock
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