Legendary bassist of Guns N’ Roses, Duff McKagan, and Shooter Jennings, son of country icon Waylon Jennings, stopped by the Grammy Museum on April 4 as part of the museum’s The Drop series. Conducting the interview was Grammy Museum Artistic Director Scott Goldman. After three years of the Guns N’ Roses Not In This Lifetime tour, Duff is putting out a solo album produced by Jennings which was the main discussion of the Q&A. The first song released off the album was “Tenderness.” Duff talked about the reunited Guns N’ Roses and tour which is what inspired him to make the album as well as how him and Jennings came together to collaborate on it. After the Q&A Duff performed songs off the new album as a trio including Jennings on piano.