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Nina G. from New York, New York
G N R: STILL CONCERT SUPERSTARS
G and R put on an amazing show! They played straight for just over 3 hours. If this is how they are in their 50’s, I really wish I saw them a few decades ago. The performance tonight was tight and they never slowed down. Rose is ever such a talent. The young rebel is still visible in his eyes and voice. He takes over the stage even when walking offstage. He can’t help but be charasmatic. Slash is also a powerhouse who owns the stage. He looks the same as he did in his younger days, except not the skinny frame of his wild days. He looks healthy, yea! This is the 3rd time I saw him play. Always sublime in his musicianship. One odd flaw could be found with the focus of the camera for the overhead videos. Maybe someone had a foot fetish because they kept spotlighting the performer’s feet. Duff was walking on the upper platform while playing and all they showed were his sneakers. They showed Axl tapping his feet so often that I could count the stitches on his boots.
Rose from Charlotte, North Carolina
Never know what you'll get with a Guns n Roses Concert. But their past is wiped clean after last night's performance, and it was a performance, great performance. The sound mix was off, AXL was drowned out at times by the band, once fixed (albeit late in the performance), things got even better. Started on time, just kept going with a great Set List, didn't miss a moment to be with the audience. Graphics and pyrotechnics were sensational, highlighting the songs. Of course, Paradise City blew me away. September Rain too, and AXL sat down to the piano and accompanied the song. There really was one great moment after another. If you get the opportunity, see these guys. They are the Guns n Roses we loved doing it better with a bit of age behind them. Slash is just so accomplished, the best guitar rocker ever. AXL has a bit of tuning before he reaches his 70's voice, but he is still good, really good. And AXL is smiling and engaging the audience.
Michael from Jacksonville, Florida
BETTER NOW THAN BACK IN THE DAY!
I’ve seen them in 92 in Munich Germany for the Use your Illusion tour. They sound so much better now. What a show! If you get a chance go see them !!!
Amanda Y from Los Angeles, California
WORTH THE WAIT!
They played for three hours. They sang all the hits and then some. They all looked and sounded amazing. Incase you were wondering…they still got it! THANK YOU GNR for this concert I will remember this night forever. Axl looked happy he just put out great vibes and it paid off because they killed it the entire night. No concert will ever top this one in my book. I have been to many concerts and this was hands down the absolute best concert of my life!!!! Only negative is that they sold out of the Los Angeles t shirt with the phantom face and being my daughter’s first concert we stood in the line wiling to spend the money but they had sold out. The stadium was really clean and all the staff were super polite and parking was plentiful. All in all was a great experience from parking and beyond. So now whenever someone asks my daughter the “what was your first concert” question, Guns N Roses is her answer-and theres no better answer in my book.
Mom&Son from Tucson go to GNR on a school night from Phoenix, Arizona
FIRST TIME AT GNR WITH MY 13 YEAR OLD SON (A FAN)
The show was amazing! I can't imagine how good these guys were in their prime because this was fantastic. Over 3 hours of high energy music and the visual show was equally entertaining. Loved it! Slash is better than most guitarists I have ever seen play and AR was great. My favorite was November Rain when AR played on a baby grand piano, belting out one of my favorite tunes of the early 90s and Slash rocking it on the guitar. Fantastic show. Would see it again if I could!
Eric from Milwaukee, WI
DECENT BUT A BIT STERILE
Had great seats (6th row center) so to see Axl and Slash so close up was a great experience! The sound guy was weak--the last minute of November Rain saw Slash's guitar totally overwhelmed by the cacophony of other sounds. Axl was darn good but not like the old days. He bit off the end of Don't Cry instead of lingering. He looks good--def lost some weight since the beginning of the tour. Slash was his monster self--theme to godfather was ridiculously good. Duff was perhaps the most involved with the audience and seemed genuinely glad to be there. He did a punk song that was cool--brought to mind Dee Dee Ramone early days. Drummer was weak. I'm no expert but even I could tell he screwed up on at least 2 occasions including the beginning of the end of N. Rain--only what some call the greatest 2 mins in rock. Crowd was weak. Between songs it was quiet except for me screaming "Axl" as loud as I could. Some couldn't be bothered to respond during Heavens Door. Night Train was crescendo.
Catcher from Cleveland, Ohio
Awesome show axles voice not that great but he put his all into whole show slash is just.a bad.ass 3hr show wow!!
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