GUNS N' ROSES Fans Take Out LA Weekly Ad On Eve Of Concert Appearance!
GUNS N' ROSES fans from around the globe came together to show their support for Axl Rose and his revamped backing crew by taking out a full-page ad in the current issue of LA Weekly welcoming the singer's return to the concert stage (GNR is scheduled to play Las Vegas on December 29th and 31st). The advertisement, which contains a message of support signed by each person that contributed towards covering the cost of running the ad, can be viewed at this location. In related news, former GUNS N' ROSES axeman Slash has indicated that he may spend his New Year's Eve in Las Vegas checking out Rose and the boys in concert at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino at the second of their two performances there. "After all, I have never gone to a GNR concert before,” the guitarist joked when asked about it at www.snakepit.org.
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