GUNS N' ROSES Tour Of Japan Rolls On
Doug Miller of GunsNRoses.com reports: Neither a typhoon nor an earthquake that measured 6.2 on the Richter scale can stop the momentum of GUNS N' ROSES' 2007 tour of Japan.
With two successful concerts at the Makuhari Messe Hall in Chiba City under their belts, the tour moves on to Nagoya this Tuesday, July 17, for a show at Nippon Gaishi Hall, and then Wednesday at Budokan Hall in Toyko. The final show is set for Saturday, July 21, at the Osaka-Jo Hall in Osaka.
"Ah, man, I can't begin to put into words what a fuckin' high it's been since we got here," reflects guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal. The whole energy of Japan, I just love it. A lot of memorable moments in these shows, a lot of love goin' back and forth, ya know? It's been pretty intense. We can't thank the fans enough for it and we hope that the next three concerts are as awesome as the first two were."
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