Waited For Duffman: With Shooter Jennings, GN’R Bassist McKagan Tours Behind His First Solo LP In Two Decades

Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan is back with his first solo album since 1999’s unreleased Beautiful Disease. Not only did Shooter Jennings produce Tenderness, he and his band are opening for and playing with McKagan in support of the LP. At the Irving Plaza show in NYC, Duff and Co. not only did the entire new record but also three GN’R songs (“You Ain’t The First,” “Dust N’ Bones” and “Dead Horse”), the Clash’s “Clampdown” and Mark Lanegan’s “Deepest Shade,” for which McKagan brought wife Susan onstage to sing it to her. MAGNET photographer Wes Orshoski was feeling the time, love and tenderness.