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For the Bridge School Benefit, Guns N' Roses will perform an entirely unplugged set in tribute to the event's founder.
"A lot of the acoustic shows in the past, I would still play on the [electric] Les Paul – but for this, we're going all acoustic, no electric anything.
He wrote, "I want to take a moment to thank Axl from the bottom of my heart for not only the most incredible experience of my life, but for truly believing in me.So we went from me borrowing ,000 to paying James back within two weeks and literally build it into a multi-million dollar company. I moved the company to Vegas, we went there from working out of our living room."And then I had an idea - because up to that point it was all graphic design, like in-store ad campaigns.And then I came across this very talented couple online - Lisa and Frank - they were building this life-size Jason ['Friday the 13th' series character], kind of a Madame Tussauds thing."[I remember thinking], 'If I could build a company that can build anything I can dream up in my head, I think I'll be onto something.' And that's what I did."I ended up moving their whole family [to Vegas] and they still work for me 5 years later. The musician told TJ Lavin (transcribed by UG): "I started the company in 2003 and I beat out a bunch of agencies to get the Virgin account."That was kind of a bullshit luck thing - I had built websites, I was a graphic designer and I caught wind - the singer of Sixx: A. [James Michael], his girlfriend Dee worked at Virgin, she gave me a heads-up, 'Hey, they're looking for a new agency of record.'"I was literally broke at the time, and all she could do is get me the meeting. guitarist DJ Ashba talked about his day job outside of playing guitar - being the owner of a multi-million dollar company called Ashba Media.