New 2-Hour Documentary “Axl Rose: Guns N’ Roses Frontman” Premiering Soon

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 11: Slash and Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses perform onstage during the “Not In This Lifetime…” Tour at Madison Square Garden on October 11, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Live Nation).

We all know Axl Rose as the legendary Guns N’ Roses frontman. One of the most iconic front-men of all time. That voice! Those clothes! The dancing! “Paradise City.” “Welcome to the Jungle.” “November Rain.” “Civil War.” Hits hits hits. But the new documentary Axl Rose: Guns N’ Roses Frontman tells a deeper story, about how Axl was diagnosed with manic-depression and put on medication at an early age, as he made his way through some rocky rebellious teenage years. He found out his father was really his step-father, who was a Pentecostal Minister, and fought endlessly with him. He was arrested multiple times growing up in Indiana, before moving to Los Angeles in the early 80’s. Music journalist Lesley-Ann Jones says, “Axl Rose was a definitive self-destructive frontman.” The documentary airs this Saturday, January 30th at 5pm PT on REELZ. You can check out the full story here at




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