Gun N’ Roses prominent guitarist/ co-founder (1985-1962) turned-Izzy Stradin and the Ju Ju Hounds cofounder turned-solo artist, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Izzy Stradlin, at the age of 53 now, has no girlfriend or wife as far we know.
The rock legend with massive million dollars net worth is a tall man with the height of 5 feet and 11 inches.
Undoubtedly, the band debut album “Appetite for Destruction” was a massive hit.
Also, he couldn’t enjoy a stable family as a kid since his father and mother underwent an unfortunate divorce when he was just 8.
However, young boy Izzy was happy growing up in Layafatte, a small town in Indiana.
With rumors swirling of an impending breakup, the group issued a spotty compilation of an early indie EP with newly recorded acoustic tracks, 1988's Lies, but it wasn't until 1991 that G N' R finally got around to issuing a proper follow-up to Appetite -- the overblown, double-disc set Use Your Illusion.
With Axl Rose's ego out of control, as evidenced by tardiness and riots at shows caused by his antics, Stradlin had just about had all he could handle (he was also trying to lead a drug-free lifestyle, which proved hard while on the road) and abruptly quit the band mid-tour in late 1991.
Born in Lafayette, Indiana on April 8, 1962, Stradlin (whose real name is Jeff Isbell) developed a deep appreciation of the Rolling Stones and particularly Keith Richards.