GUNS N' ROSES: 'Axl Rose: The Prettiest Star' Documentary DVD Out Now

Music Video Distributors has just released the "Axl Rose: The Prettiest Star" DVD, described as "the first-ever documentary to reveal the true story of GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose's life and career from his earliest days growing up in Lafayette, Indiana, through his escape from abuse and neglect via music and onto his incredible success with GUNS N' ROSES." The film continues by documenting Axl's more recent activities including the recording of his eagerly awaited "Chinese Democracy" album. Interviews feature insights from guitarist Chris Weber (a member of U.P.O. and a former bandmate of Rose from from his pre-GN'R group, HOLLYWOOD ROSE), former manager Vicky Hamilton, Skip Sailor, photographer Robert John, and more.

Copies of the "Axl Rose: The Prettiest Star" DVD (view cover here) can now be ordered from


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