GUNS N' ROSES: Korean Date Postponed

GUNS N' ROSES have backed out their previously-announced appearance in Seoul, Korea on September 27th and are strongly rumored to have withdrawn from their planned Australian and Indonesian shows (which were reportedly set to happen on September 11-25 and September 29th, respectively) in order to concentrate on completing work on the band's perennially-delayed new album, tentatively entitled Chinese Democracy.

Plans are reportedly underway to reschedule the Seoul concert to a later date (presumably early 2003). However, no additional information is available at this time.

GUNS N' ROSES had previously announced dates in Hong Kong, Japan, Belgium, and the U.K. from mid- to late-August. At press time, these shows were believed to be going ahead as scheduled.

(Thanks: Kim Yun Jung /


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