Guns N' Roses have taken a few knocks in recent years for appearing onstage late or rolling past curfews as a result, but one of the main reasons for that occurrence is the production value that they're bringing to audiences around the world.
As part of their 12-show ‘Appetite for Democracy’ residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. back in November, Guns N’ Roses recorded one of the shows for an upcoming 3D concert film. Fans can now get a taste of the upcoming release with a first look video preview featuring one of the band’s classic tunes, ‘Paradise City.’
In announcing their 'An Evening With…' concerts, Halestorm promised that fans would get a chance to see different sides of the band. On Thursday night (Dec. 27) in Philadelphia, the band got a chance to prove it, incorporating cover songs from AC/DC, Judas Priest, Guns N' Roses, Skid Row and more into their set.
Guns N' Roses just completed their 'Appetite for Democracy' residency in Las Vegas on Nov. 24, and fans who attended the final two shows were gifted with an pleasant surprise. Former GN'R guitarist Izzy Stradlin joined the band onstage for a number of songs throughout the band's sets, including '14 Years,' 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door,' Used to Love Her' and 'Paradise City.'
The Guns N' Roses Las Vegas residency was cool as it was, but it got a little cooler this past week for one very young fan. Video footage has surfaced of the band welcoming a nine-year-old girl named Chloe, who lent her vocals to the band's 'Catcher in the Rye' while the band soundchecked for their Nov. 21st performance. The clip, with low quality audio, can be seen below.
Guns N’ Roses are gearing up to close out their 12-show ‘Appetite for Democracy’ residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas this weekend (Nov. 24.) For fans that weren’t able to make it out to one of the special shows, there may still be a way to check it out in the near future, thanks to modern technology.
Guns N’ Roses are currently in the midst of their 12-show 'Appetite for Democracy' residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, but posters promoting the shows have been at the center of controversy.
The notoriously reclusive Axl Rose sat down on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night (Oct. 24) for an extremely rare live interview appearance -- and the Guns N' Roses frontman even seemed to enjoy himself a bit. Watch his entire interview in three parts below.
The fun part of Neil Young's annual Bridge School benefit is seeing acts who normally rock out attempt to pull off a fully acoustic performance, and that's what fans got Saturday night when Guns N' Roses unplugged for a rare stripped-down set for those on hand.
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