GUNS N' ROSES Perform 'My Michelle' With SEBASTIAN BACH At DOWNLOAD: Video Available

An audience-shot, amateur video clip of GUNS N' ROSES playing the song "My Michelle" — with a special guest appearance by former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach — during their headlining performance Sunday (June 11) at the Download festival at Donington Park, Leicestershire, England has been posted online at

As previously reported, GUNS N' ROSES were joined at the show by their former guitarist Izzy Stradlin for five songs — "Patience", "Night Train", "I Used To Love Her", "Think About You" and "Paradise City".

It was only Stradlin's second show back with the band in over a decade, following an appearance in New York last month.

(Thanks: CARL!N aka vampyr)


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