Duff McKagan heads to Cleveland, anxious to see what awaits at induction ceremony.
Duff McKagan discovers new places to play, fans to see.
Duff McKagan makes appearance with Jim Rome, who he says helped him get clean.
Alex Smith? Tim Tebow? Even Matt Flynn? Meh, says Duff McKagan.
Duff McKagan awed by Mark Lanegan Band's new album, "Blues Funeral."
Duff McKagan remembers "Band of Brothers" inspiration Lynn D. "Buck" Compton.
Duff McKagan says "controlled rage" is common bond of athletes, musicians.
Duff McKagan welcomes extra benefits arena deals bring.
Duff McKagan empathizes with overnight success story Jeremy Lin.
Duff McKagan urges Seattle not to try to steal Sacramento's team.
Duff McKagan discusses how athletes (and musicians) blow through money.
Duff McKagan looks to the Rolling Stones to ponder the Colts' QB situation.
Duff McKagan says Eli Manning isn't the most charismatic showman, but he gets the job done.
Duff McKagan understands the importance of the three (or four) Rs: readin', 'ritin' and rock 'n' roll, so he has some book recommendations to share.
Seeing his Washington Huskies in the Alamo Bowl was a little satisfying, but Duff McKagan can do without the increasing number of watered-down matchups that come with bowl season.
Duff McKagan answers a few of the numerous emails sent in over the past few months by his readers.