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2018.02.15 - The Morning Show Australia/Blabbermouth - Interview with Dizzy

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Post by Blackstar Sat 28 Apr 2018 - 17:31

Longtime Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed was interviewed on "The Morning Show" on Australia's 7 network to promote his free one-off Australian show in support of his debut solo album, "Rock 'N Roll Ain't Easy". You can watch the chat at this location.

Asked what he thinks makes Guns N' Roses still a great band today, more than three decades after the release of the group's debut album, Dizzy said: "I think hard work, dedication and keeping a view of the big picture. And that's tough to do — it really is. Especially when you've had some success, it's hard to keep scope of things."

Dizzy added that "another factor" in Guns N' Roses' longevity has been the band's willingness "to continue to grow and expand [its] horizons."

Dizzy will perform at Sydney's Frankie's Pizza By The Slice on Sunday, February 18. He is expected play a selection of classic GN'R tracks as well as some of the cuts from his solo disc.

"Rock 'N Roll Ain’t Easy" will be released on Friday, February 16, just two days before Reed's show at Frankie's. The first single from the disc is titled "This Don't Look Like Vegas".

Written by Reed, Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, The Almighty, Black Star Riders) and Del James, "This Don't Look Like Vegas" features Warwick and Mayuko Okai on guitar, with GUNS bandmate Richard Fortus (Psychedelic Furs, Thin Lizzy, The Dead Daisies) providing the guitar solo. Mike Dupke (W.A.S.P.) is on drums, with Mike Duda (W.A.S.P.) on bass, while Reed handles lead vocals, piano, shaker and tambourine, with backing vocals from Nadja Reed, Chela Johnson and Del James.

https://blabbermouth.net/news/guns-n-roses-keyboardist-dizzy-reed-credits-hard-work-and-dedication-for-bands-continued-success
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