W. Axl Rose (born William Bruce Rose, Jr.) in Lafayette, Indiana on February 6, 1962. Axl Rose is an American musician who is well-known as a frontman for the Guns N ‘Roses music group. His childhood life was not happy. Axl Rose was sexually abused, both by her biological father (who left home when Axl Rose was 2 years old) and also her stepfather.
Axl Rose began his musical career by joining various bands including Rapidfire, Rose, L.A. Guns and Hollywood Rose. Until finally with Tracii Guns, his friend in the band L.A. Guns, formed Guns N ‘Roses in March 1985.
Fame and problems always accompany Axl Rose’s journey as a vocalist for Guns N ‘Roses. Unlike most members of Guns N ‘Roses, Axl Rose is not a drug user. Even so, Axl Rose is an alcoholic, and often has problems due to his habits.
Axl Rose was married to Erin Everly, daughter of singer Don Everly, at the end of April 1990. Axl Rose even wrote Sweet Child o ‘Mine song lyrics for Everly, which also appeared in the song’s video clip.
Unfortunately, the marriage did not last long, in January 1991 they divorced. Erin Everly has also filed a claim for acts of domestic violence, but the case did not reach the court.