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According to his Facebook page, Guns N' Roses guitarist RICHARD FORTUS is selling his apartment on New York's Lower East Side (417 Grand Street) for $1.195 million. "Know anybody interested in buying my apartment in NYC? It was featured of the cover of the New York Times Real Estate section and in The Post," Fortus says. The Corcoran listing page describes the apartment as follows: Spectacular two bedroom home with open views and a private terrace on the third floor in Seward Park, a premier LES residence, at 417 Grand St D-207. Enter this spacious and open home to the living and dining areas, with a fully equipped chef's kitchen and enjoy tree-top views and fantastic light. With all stainless appliances including a Wolf range and Viking hood, Subzero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher and wine cooler, prepare meals with ease and serenity.Ê Read more and check out photos at corcoran.com/nyc-real-estate/for-sale.
Longtime HardRadio friends GUNS N' ROSES will perform at the iconic Hollywood Palladium on Saturday, September 21 as part of the highly coveted Citi Sound Vault series. Returning to this venue for the first time in nearly a decade, fans will get to experience the magic of their outrageously successful Not In This Lifetime Tour in an intimate setting. Now through September 18 Citi cardmembers who would like to attend the Guns N' Roses Hollywood Palladium show can register to unlock access to tickets via Verified Fan.
The Cook Islands - who are citizens of New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean - have released new silver coins honoring two classic AC/DC albums: a two dollar coin commemorating AC/DC's landmark 1981 album, For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) and a ten dollar coin celebrating AC/DC's 1990 album, The Razors Edge. The obverse side features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. These are the third ad fourth in a series released by Liechtenstein's CIT Coin Invest AG. The first two were Highway To Hell, For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) and Black Ice (which is sold out).
VAN HALEN released 13 singles in Japan between 1978 and 1984 that are collected in a new 7" vinyl set, entitled The Japanese Singles 1978-1984, and due for release on November 1. Each replica single features the original sleeve artwork and comes housed in a cigarette-style box. In addition to the regular black vinyl edition, 750 box sets pressed on red vinyl will be available. The original album version of each song is featured in this set except for "Hot For Teacher," which has a unique single edit that was issued exclusively in Japan; along with the single edit versions of "(Oh) Pretty Woman" and "I'll Wait."
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