Axl Rose

W. Axl Rose is an American singer, record producer and musician, he is the lead vocalist of the hard rock band Guns N' Roses, has been the band's sole constant member since its inception in 1985. In addition to Guns N' Roses, he toured with Australian rock band AC/DC in 2016 during the final two legs of their Rock or Bust World Tour when Brian Johnson took a break due to hearing problems. Rose has been named one of the greatest singers of all time by various media outlets, including Rolling Stone and NME. Born and raised in Lafayette, Rose moved in the early 1980s to Los Angeles, where he became active in the local hard rock scene and joined several bands, including Hollywood Rose and L. A. Guns. In 1985, he co-founded Guns N' Roses, with whom he had great success and recognition in the late 1980s and early 1990s, their first album, Appetite for Destruction, has sold in excess of 30 million copies worldwide, is the best-selling debut album of all time in the U. S. with 18 million units sold. Its full-length follow-ups, the twin albums Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II, were widely successful.

After 1994, following the conclusion of their two-and-a-half-year Use Your Illusion Tour, Rose disappeared from public life for several years, while the band disintegrated due to personal and musical differences. As its sole remaining original member, he was able to continue working under the Guns N' Roses banner because he had obtained the band name. In 2001, he resurfaced with a new line-up of Guns N' Roses at Rock in Rio 3, subsequently played periodic concert tours to promote the long-delayed Chinese Democracy, which undersold the music industry's commercial expectations despite positive reviews upon its release. In 2012, Rose was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Guns N' Roses, though he declined to attend the event and requested exclusion from the Hall. In 2016, the same year as he toured with AC/DC, Rose reunited the "classic" lineup of Guns N' Roses and has since toured the world as part of the Not in This Lifetime... Tour. Rose was born William Bruce Rose Jr. in Lafayette, the oldest child of Sharon Elizabeth 16 years old and still in high school, William Bruce Rose 20 years old.

He is of maternal German ancestry. His father has been described as "a troubled and charismatic local delinquent," and the pregnancy was unplanned, his parents separated when Rose was two years old, prompting his father to abduct and molest him before disappearing from Lafayette. His mother remarried to Stephen L. Bailey, changed her son's name to William Bruce Bailey, he has two younger siblings—a sister, a half-brother, Stuart. As a young child both Axl and his siblings were beaten; until the age of 17, Rose believed. He never met his biological father as an adult. Rose did not learn about the murder until years later; the Bailey household was religious. Rose recalled an oppressive upbringing, stating, "We'd have televisions one week my stepdad would throw them out because they were Satanic. I wasn't allowed to listen to music. Women were evil. Everything was evil." He accused his stepfather of physically abusing him and his siblings and sexually abusing his sister. Rose found solace in music from an early age.

He sang in the church choir from the age of five, performed at services with his brother and sister under the name the Bailey Trio. At Jefferson High School, he studied piano. A second baritone, Rose began developing "different voices" during chorus practice to confuse his teacher, he formed a band with his friends, one of whom was Jeff Isbell known as Izzy Stradlin. At the age of 17, while going through insurance papers in his parents' home, Rose learned of his biological father's existence, he unofficially readopted his birth name. However, he referred to himself only as W. Rose, because he did not want to share a first name with his biological father. Following the discovery of his true family origins, Rose became a local juvenile delinquent in Lafayette. After Lafayette authorities threatened to charge him as a habitual criminal, Rose moved to Los Angeles, California, in December 1982. After moving to Los Angeles, he became so engrossed in his band AXL that his friends suggested he call himself Axl Rose.

Shortly after his arrival in Los Angeles, Rose met guitarist Kevin Lawrence outside The Troubadour in West Hollywood and joined his band Rapidfire. They recorded a five-song demo in May 1983, after years of legal action, was released as an EP, Ready to Rumble, in 2014. After parting ways with Lawrence, he formed the band Hollywood Rose with his childhood friend Izzy Stradlin, who had moved to Los Angeles in 1980, 16-year-old guitarist Chris Weber. In January 1984, the band recorded a five-song demo featuring the tracks "Anything Goes", "Rocker", "Shadow of Your Love", "Reckless Life", released in 2004 as The Root

Fear the Walking Dead

Fear the Walking Dead is an American post-apocalyptic horror drama television series created by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson. The show premiered on AMC on August 23, 2015, it is a companion series and prequel to The Walking Dead, based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, Charlie Adlard. In July 2018, AMC renewed the series for a fifth season, which premiered on June 2, 2019. Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg have been the showrunners since the fourth season. In July 2019, the series was renewed for a sixth season. Set in Los Angeles and later in Mexico, the series follows a dysfunctional, blended family composed of high school guidance counselor Madison Clark, her English teacher fiancé Travis Manawa, her daughter Alicia, her drug addict son Nick, Travis's son from a previous marriage, Chris's mother Liza Ortiz, others who join their group at the onset of the apocalypse, they must reinvent themselves, learning new skills and adopting new attitudes in order to survive as civilization collapses around them.

Kim Dickens as Madison Clark: The series' protagonist. An intelligent and domineering guidance counselor, the mother of Nick and Alicia, Travis' fiancée. Cliff Curtis as Travis Manawa: A resolute and peacekeeping high school teacher, Madison's fiancé, Chris' father, Liza's ex-husband. Frank Dillane as Nicholas "Nick" Clark: A brave and selfless recovering heroin addict, Madison's son, Alicia's brother. Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia Clark: The fiery yet compassionate daughter of Madison, Nick's sister. Elizabeth Rodriguez as Elizabeth "Liza" Ortiz: A no-nonsense and caring nursing student, Travis' ex-wife, Chris' mother. Mercedes Mason as Ofelia Salazar: The strong-willed and capable daughter of Daniel and his wife Griselda. Lorenzo James Henrie as Christopher "Chris" Manawa: Travis and Liza's rebellious teenage son, who becomes more brutal due to the landscape of the deadly new world. Rubén Blades as Daniel Salazar: A courageous and practical former Sombra Negra member, a barber, Griselda's husband, Ofelia's father.

Colman Domingo as Victor Strand: A smart and sophisticated conman-turned-businessman, who forms friendships with Nick and Madison. Michelle Ang as Alex: A pragmatic and quiet survivor introduced in the Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462 web series. Danay García as Luciana Galvez: A strong and cautious former member of the La Colonia community in Tijuana and Nick's girlfriend. Daniel Sharman as Troy Otto: The charismatic and impulsive son of Jeremiah, Jake's half-brother. Sam Underwood as Jeremiah "Jake" Otto Jr.: Jeremiah's moralistic and wiser son, Troy's half-brother, Alicia's love interest. Dayton Callie as Jeremiah Otto Sr.: The racist and candid leader of Broke Jaw Ranch, Jake and Troy's father. Lisandra Tena as Lola Guerrero: The generous and empathetic leader of a community stationed at a dam located in Tijuana, responsible for supplying water. Maggie Grace as Althea "Al" Szewczyk-Przygocki: A curious and tactical journalist who encounters Morgan and John. Garret Dillahunt as John Dorie: A lonesome and friendly police officer whom Morgan encounters.

Lennie James as Morgan Jones: A mentally unstable and ruthlessly pragmatic man a part of Rick Grimes' group on The Walking Dead, who encounters the core group of survivors. Jenna Elfman as June Dorie "Naomi/Laura": A kind and mysterious nurse whom Madison encounters. Alexa Nisenson as Charlie: A young girl, a spy for the Vultures until she defected to Morgan's group. Karen David as Grace: A mysterious woman who used to work at a nuclear power plant that melted down near the site where the plane of Morgan's group crashed. Austin Amelio as Dwight: A ruthless and reluctant former lieutenant of the Saviors, exiled from Virginia by Rick Grimes' group on The Walking Dead. Mo Collins as Sarah Rabinowitz: The adoptive sister of Wendell and a former Marine. Colby Hollman as Wes: A survivor who allies with Morgan's group. Zoe Colletti in an unknown role. Patricia Reyes Spíndola as Griselda Salazar: Ofelia's mother, who emigrated from El Salvador with her husband Daniel to escape political unrest. Shawn Hatosy as Cpl.

Andrew Adams: A well-intentioned military man with a soulful disposition, out of his element. Sandrine Holt as Dr. Bethany Exner: A confident and skilled doctor. Daniel Zovatto as Jack Kipling: A member of the pirates who develops an attraction to Alicia. Arturo Del Puerto as Luis Flores: An ally and right-hand man of Victor Strand and Thomas Abigail. Dougray Scott as Thomas Abigail: Strand's boyfriend and the namesake of the boat Abigail. Marlene Forte as Celia Flores: Luis's mother. Paul Calderón as Alejandro Nuñez: A pharmacist and leader of La Colonia, a community in Tijuana, Mexico, he claims to have been bitten, but did not die. Alejandro Edda as Marco Rodriguez: The leader of the gang who live near La Colonia. Karen Bethzabe as Elena Reyes: The Rosario Beach hotel manager who helps Alicia. Ramses Jimenez as Hector Reyes: Elena's nephew who used to manage the hotel with her. Andres Londono as Oscar Diaz: The leader of a group of survivors living at a hotel. Raul Casso as Andr

1965 Long Beach State 49ers football team

The 1965 Long Beach State 49ers football team represented California State College, Long Beach during the 1965 NCAA College Division football season. The 49ers competed in the California Collegiate Athletic Association; the team was led by head coach Don Reed, in his eighth year, they played home games at Veterans Stadium adjacent to the campus of Long Beach City College in Long Beach, California. They finished the season with a record of one loss; the 49ers were ranked in the AP small college football poll after their upset of No. 3-ranked San Diego State. They were ranked as high as No. 5, but finished No. 9 after their loss to No. 3 Los Angeles State. The following were selected in the 1966 NFL Draft