Guns N’ Roses has officially released the first new single since their reunion of the “Not In This Lifetime” Tour in 2016. The bands has released “Absurd” – first played live at Fenway Park the other day, to all digital streaming platforms. Check it out here!
Guns N Roses has announced their previously postponed summer tour dates due to the pandemic, have now been rebooked for summer 2022. Previously purchased tickets are valid for future shows. Direct support will come from Gary Clark Jr. and Turbonegro.
Guns N’ Roses has announced that they have officially canceled its previously announced fall 2020 tour of South and Central America due to the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe. The dates were scheduled to kick off on November 8 in the Dominican Republic and conclude on December 6 in Bogota, Colombia. The band announced the news on a social media post on Friday (September 4th). Continue reading
Guns N’ Roses has announced the rescheduled dates for its European tour. The band was originally slated to tour Europe earlier this year, but was forced to postpone the shows due to the coronavirus pandemic. The tour now kicksoff in Lisbon, Portugal on June 2, 2021 and wrapping up on June 30, 2021 in Munich. Germany.
Guns N Roses’ “Not In This Lifetime” North American stadium tour has been reshediled for next summer, July 2021. The two-month-long trek, which was scheduled to launch on July 4 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and run through August 26 on Missoula, Montana, was postponed in May due to the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe. The new tour, which will now take place in July 2021, will only include 13 dates.
Ticket agent Ticketmaster has shared that Guns N’ Roses will announce their new rescheduled tour dates for North America next week, The rescheduled dates for Guns N’ Roses’ North American stadium tour will be announced on Monday, July 27. The nearly two-month-long trek, which was scheduled to launch on July 4 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and run through August 26 on Missoula, Montana, was postponed in May due to the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe. Earlier today, Ticketmaster sent out the following e-mail to GN’R ticket holders:
In a brand new interview with Sweetwater’s Nick Bowcott, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash was has given fans an update on his other music projects including Guns N Roses! He responded (hear audio below, text transcribed by Blabbermouth.net): “I’ve been pretty much a homebody, but I’ve been back and forth between my studio in the house and doing a lot of writing and recording on my own. I’ve been jamming with Duff [McKagan, Guns N’ Roses bassist] and I’ve been jamming with Axl [Rose, Guns N’ Roses singer], and I’ve been doing stuff like that, so we’ve been getting some work done that way. But I haven’t been doing much else. I haven’t been doing any collaborations with the odd artists and whatnot. [I’m] basically just focusing on writing new music and recording demos and recording guitar stuff for Guns and whatnot.”
Slash, who is notorious for his road-warrior ways, also discussed what it has been like spending so much time at home without being able to perform live.
“It’s frustrating, because we would be on the road right now,” he said. “The whole [Guns N’ Roses] tour from March all the way through September is obviously canceled until next year. And then we don’t even know for sure what’s gonna happen next year. So that was frustrating. I had a cat who was really sick, and it was sort of a blessing that I was home to be there for her the whole time that she was sick. And I had to put her down, actually, a few days ago. But it would have been horrible if I had been gone and Meegan [Hodges, Slash’s girlfriend] was left to deal with it all on her own. So there was somewhat of a blessing there. And it’s been good to be with the kids and just to sort of be around. So those are the small blessings. So I try not to complain; I just sort of deal with it. The frustrating part about it was being home and doing nothing but house work for a couple of months.”
As previously reported, Guns N’ Roses’ previously announced summer 2020 North American stadium tour has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe. The nearly two-month-long trek was scheduled to kick off on July 4 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and run through August 26 on Missoula, Montana.
The band is now reportedly working on a new studio album — the first under the GUNS banner since 2008’s “Chinese Democracy” and the first to feature Rose, Slash and McKagan since 1993.
Guns N’ Roses’ reunion tour features classic-lineup members Slash, McKagan and Rose backed by guitarist Richard Fortus, drummer Frank Ferrer, keyboardist Dizzy Reed and second keyboardist Melissa Reese.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone Magazine, Melissa Reece talked about how she joined Guns N Roses in 20016 as a keyboard player and backup singer. She discussed how she got inducted into the band, what it was like to break the glass ceiling of the male-dominated world of glam rock with the biggest band in the world and why it’s a bad idea to swallow your own vomit on stage. The band had their runaway successful “Not In This Lifetime Tour”, interrupted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Continue reading
Guns N Roses has announced rescheduled tour dates for later in 2020, for the shows they had to postpone due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic outbreak. he new shows will take place in November and December, with all original tickets honored for the rescheduled dates. Guns N Roses tweeted out a video with a link to the tour page on the band’s official web site and included the following message: “GNR fam, we’re announcing new rescheduled #GNR2020 tour dates. Hold onto your tickets, see you soon” Launched in 2016, the “Not In This Lifetime” tour, which began four years ago, recently became the No. 3 highest-grossing tour in the history of Billboard Boxscore.Continue reading
According to Diario Extra, Guns N Roses March 18 concert at Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Ayma in San Jose, Costa Rica is among the “massive events and activities” that have been canceled amid concerns about the coronavirus outbreak. On Monday, Costa Rican president Carlos Alvarado said at a press conference that mass gathering events in the country are being suspended for at least two weeks and until further notice. These include concerts, topes (horse parades) and regional festivals. Costa Rica has confirmed nine cases of coronavirus. Thirty-four people are suspected of having coronavirus, according to the Health Ministry’s latest figures, released Sunday night. More than 100,000 people worldwide have contracted the coronavirus and over 3,000 people have died — the majority in China.Continue reading