Guns N Roses Reunite Hall Of Fame
February 29, 2012 by staff
Guns N Roses Reunite Hall Of Fame, Guns N’ Roses have announced a short UK tour to follow their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Axl Rose’s troupe of hard rockers will return to England and Scotland for the first time since their disastrous Reading and Leeds festival gigs in 2010.
The band will play seven shows, beginning at the Nottingham Arena on 19 May and finishing at London’s O2 on 31 May. Dates are also scheduled in Liverpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester.
Guns N’ Roses’ British concerts will come about a month after the group is due to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Rumours abound about the possibility of a reunion: “all the original band” will appear at the ceremony on 14 April in Cleveland, Ohio, according to keyboardist Dizzy Reed. But there’s no word whether Rose will reunite and perform with some of his estranged former bandmates, including Slash. “I have no idea what’s going on,” the guitarist admitted in a recent interview. Slash last played with the band in 1993.
Although it has been almost a year and a half since Guns N’ Roses were bottled off stage in Dublin and their sets were cut short at Reading and Leeds, the band seem up to the same old tricks. At Thursday night’s concert in Silver Spring, Maryland, they didn’t step on stage until after midnight. “Where did these guys even find the gall to call themselves Guns N’ Roses?” asked the Washington Post. “For three torturous hours, the guys sucked the life force from some of the most anthemic rock songs ever written … It wasn’t a rock concert. It was a hostage situation.”
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