Guns N' Roses Bassist Duff McKagan

In his fascinating memoir, Duff McKagan shares the incredible story of the unlikely rise of a band of teenagers in LA who became the iconic rock group Guns N Roses, which has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, bringing the band to the pinnacle of fame, fortune, and excess. With great candor, charm, and introspection, Duff details his thirteen years as the bass player for GNR as well as his nearly fatal struggle with alcoholism and drug addiction, his unusual path to sobriety, and his success as a savvy business investor and loving husband and father.

For more information on Duff and his writing, check out his Seattle Weekly column.

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