Rockstars Say The Funniest Things: A Special Series Of London Shows

Fans of Duff McKagen (GnR), Scott Ian (Anthrax) & Chris Jericho (Fozzy) are in for a real treat later this year, as each mega star is trading their bandmates for a solo mic, no holes barred, evening of tales from their careers and lives.

Each rocker brings their own unique experiences and styles to this series of biographical evenings:

Tuesday 23rd October – Duff McKagan
McKagan presents ‘It’s So Easy: A Punk’s Review’ words and music from the book It’s So Easy (and other lies). As well as sharing memories from his musical journey, he will be playing some acoustic tracks and let the audience delve deeper into this life with a Q&A.  With over 12 years with GnR, and even more succes with his band Loaded, and the being part of the supergroup Velvet Revolver, this is a must attend evening for those wanting to know what makes the punky rocker spunky.

Sunday 4th November – Scott Ian
Thrash metal
hero, Scott Ian is best known for his cornerstone guitarwork in Anthrax. He has also had acclaimed success interviewing for VH1, among his mighty repetoire of guests are Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeth, Stone Temple Pilots and Tenacious D.  When asked about the show Ian remarks "This is something I’ve wanted to do for a very long time. I’ve been travelling the world in the company of and hanging out with the greatest people on the planet for 31 years and I’ve got to tales to tell!"

Sunday 25th November – Chris Jericho
Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho completes the line-up for this series. Not content with being hailed as one of the best frontmen on the metal scene, he also has a sideline job of being the occasional WWE World Champion.  Jericho is a seasoned entertainer, with talents ranging from writing to comedy theatre (with metal + wrestle in there of course!), 


Tickets On Sale Wednesday 1st August at 9am | 0843 221 0100 | 0844 477 1000

£75.00 adv, first and second row seats allocated including meet and greet after the show

£50 adv VIP meet and greet tickets spread throughout the seated area

£18.50 adv standard ticket

Doors 7pm. The Garage, 20-22, Highbury Corner, London N5 1RD

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Nik works in music PR, he wanted to be famous but genetics determined a managerial route instead. He put his energy into working out how to design stuff, build web stuff and string a decent series of words together. He is a big fan of original and unique sounding bands, loving a good melody and anthem - although he has been known to listen to 90s glam rock in private.