Guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (SEBASTIAN BACH, HALFORD, PAINMUSEUM) has posted the second installment of his tour diary covering Sebastian Bach's trek as the opening act for GUNS N' ROSES. An excerpt follows: "There was a bit of hectic rescheduling and re-re-rescheduling when it came to our performance in Puerto Rico. Just a bunch of logistical nightmare, but we are very happy that we made the trip and went to play for everyone. The night before the show there, myself and (other) Bach guitarist Johnny Chromatic took a night out at a town. In pure rock 'n' roll fashion, first it's a stop at a local liquor store, then a long walk across town to see what trouble finds us. Eventually we took a car to old town San Juan, where all the bars are. This trip came in very handy, as after our performance next day, Baz, Axl, his girlfriend, Axl's beautiful assistant, Vanessa, myself and Johnny ended up at one of these bars shooting pool and drinking a little too much. People kinda freaked out when they saw none other than Axl Rose walk right into a local bar in Puerto Rico, but that's rock 'n' roll. The night for me ended at 6 a.m.; woke up with a hangover. I was met with the news that almost everyone else came back to the hotel at 11:30 a.m. That's 11:30, everyone! Can't tell you what happened between 6 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., as I wasn't there, and the stories that I heard are probably not for these pages, ha."

Read the rest of the diary at this location.


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