On Saturday morning, Swedish time, undertook the hard rock band unexpectedly a club concert in Los Angeles.
Guns N ‘Roses much spoken comeback would have been launched with a festival gig in April. But during Friday evening announced that Guns N ‘Roses surprising that only a few hours later to perform a gig at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, the club where they began their career.
The interest in tickets, which cost the equivalent of SEK 85, was enormously. Pictures of helicopter airborne news reporters showed winding queues outside the former record store Tower Records in West Hollywood temporarily turned into an interactive museum of the hard rock band.
According to the magazine Rolling Stone nätsajt pulled the gig on time, on time. It was then the first time in 20 years that trätobröderna Slash and Axl Rose stood on a stage together. Shortly before the concert site TMZ published pictures of when members Slash, Duff McKagan, Richard Fortus and Dizzy Reed arrived at the Troubadour.
During the gig prevailed photo ban. Many fans still managed to film and take pictures, materials then quickly appeared in social media. Among concert goers noticed including Lenny Kravitz.
According playlists that spread across the web began the concert with the song It’s so easy. The final number was hit Paradise City. In between, the group including playing Double Talking ‘jive for the first time since 1993. They also expressed Better, for the first time with guitarist Slash. The evening offered several cover songs, including The Damneds punk classic New Rose.
Shortly after the concert concluded Duff McKagan on Twitter that Guns N ‘Roses “slaughtered” Troubadour.
On the bright sign above the Troubadour was the “not in this lifetime” (not in this life). It is the name of Guns N ‘Roses US tour which starts in June. Perhaps it is also a reference to the answer frontman Axl Rose gave when he was a few years ago was asked by a journalist whether the band will reunite with full setting.
In April, Guns N ‘Roses to play at the Coachella festival in California.