|Full name||William Bruce Rose, Jr.|
|Know as||Axl Rose, Rose, Axl|
|Birth place||Lafayette, Indiana, U.S.|
|Age||56 years, 4 month, 5 days|
|Occupation||Singer-songwriter, musician, record producer|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
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William Bruce Rose, Jr. Biography:
He eventually moved to California, working odd jobs and playing in groups before the creation of Guns N’ Roses in the mid-1980s. GNR reached critical acclaim, but Rose’s antics caused controversy. He resurfaced sometimes, together with the group assuring to release the albumChinese Democracy, which ultimately reach shops in 2008. His mom was 16, and his dad, William Bruce Rose Sr., was 20. Rose’s mother afterwards married Stephen Bailey, and switched her son’s name to William Bruce Bailey. Rose grew up considering that Bailey was his biological father until, at 17, he found the presence of his dad while going through documents at his parents’ house. He started using Rose as his last name.
Rose was often in trouble with all law enforcement and spent time in jail on charges of public intoxication and battery. When the authorities threatened to charge him as a career criminal, he moved to La in 1982. Soon after, he joined the group AXL. The encounter was so all-consuming that he officially changed his name to W. Axl Rose. Rose worked odd jobs to support himself while playing in groups like Rapid Fire, L.A. Guns and Hollywood Rose.
The group was successful, and Rose immediately became both a lauded and controversial figure. Though hailed as among the very charismatic and successful lead singers ever, he was frequently late for performances, and shows generally began several hours behind schedule.
After two individuals perished while slam dancing to GNR’s “It’s So Easy” during the Monsters of Rock concert, Rose became known for quitting shows to handle rowdy fans. In a concert in St. Louis in 1991, he dove into the crowd to recover a lover’s video camera, which was prohibited. Back onstage, he denounced the security staff and walked offstage.
Even though the group did not formally break up, Slash left in 1996, Matt Sorum was fired in 1997, and Duff McKagan stop after that year. Rose became a recluse, sequestered away at his house in Malibu. He reappeared in 2004 using a host of new bandmates and toured sporadically in North America, Europe and Asia for many years. In 2008, the long-rumored album Chinese Democracy premiered. Nevertheless, Rose vanished for 2 months. When the vocalist resurfaced, he stated that he hadn’t received sufficient support from his record label. Guns N’ Roses was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the year 2012, but Rose didn’t attend.
Rose’s private life continues to be as difficult as his professional one. The union was annulled in early 1991. The exact same year he started dating supermodel Stephanie Seymour. They got participated in 1993 but broke up shortly after. Rose sued Seymour, promising she assaulted him, and Seymour counter-sued, saying he attacked her and she caught him in self defense. The case dragged on, but Rose finally settled out of court. Everly was called to testify through the case, and filed her very own suit against Rose for assault and sexual battery. Rose settled this case from court at the same time.
Early in his life, Rose was diagnosed as manic depressive and appointed lithium, which he’s since refused to take. He says he believes in homeopathic medication and past-life regression, which he says helped him regain memories of being sexually abused by his biological dad at age two.