Guns N’ Roses Guitarist Richard Fortus to Hold Master Class at University of Central Oklahoma
While Guns N' Roses are off the road, guitarist Richard Fortus will help other aspiring musicians learn his chosen trade. The axeman has agreed to host a master class this coming week at the University of Central Oklahoma that will give him a chance to share his skill.
Fortus is the latest musician to visit the campus' ACM@UCO Performance Lab, following in the footsteps of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Roger Daltrey and Jackson Browne, Black Country Communion's Joe Bonamassa, Flaming Lips instrumentalist Steven Drodz and singer-songwriter Ben Folds among others.
The guitarist joined Guns N' Roses in 2001 and can be heard on the 'Chinese Democracy' album. He's also performed or recorded with Thin Lizzy, the Psychedelic Furs, Fiona Apple and Jesse Malin among others.
His master class will take place this Thursday (Feb. 21) at the Academy of Contemporary Music lab at the University of Central Oklahoma in Oklahoma City's Bricktown district (329 E. Sheridan) at 7PM local time. For more information, visit the UCO website here.