Guns N’ Roses Confirm Huge Rumor Involving Iconic Band Is True


The rumors Alternative Nation previously reported appear to be true, as Guns N’ Roses and The Who have announced their first joint show together in Buenos Aires for October 1, 2017. The originally rumored date was October 6th. But there is a catch, as this is advertised as their only show together. Below were the other originally rumored cities.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Rock in Rio
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Santiago, Chile
Rosario, Argentina
Lima, Peru

Think GNR and The Who will play “The Seeker” together? Let us know in the comments!

Art Tavana has posted a new LA Weekly interview with Guns N’ Roses keyboardist Melissa Reese, and how she has become a rock icon since joining the band last year.

In the article, Reese discusses her pre-show ritual that helps her get energized for a performance. She’ll eat a box of See’s candy and drink a Diet Coke, but unfortunately for Reese, the sugar high had bad consequence at a show in New Jersey last summer. In Jersey, she puked.

“I didn’t know what to do! I swallowed it because I didn’t want it all over my rig.” The crew gave her a blue bucket matching her long blue hair, which has become GNR cosplay. In Mexico, black-market vendors outside shows hawked blue wigs. “Little girls waited in hotel lobbies to tell me that they played piano because of me, which warmed my heart.” Reese’s GNR bandmates call her Blue.

Reese said she only had two weeks to rehearse for GNR’s 2016 tour, spending 15 hours a day studying GNR’s most important instrument: “I studied Axl [Rose]’s phrasing like a hawk.”

Reese said she is looking to compliment GNR’s sound, and isn’t seeking to get in the way of anything.

“I don’t want to get in the way of these songs,” she says. “On the keys, I add sonic layers to thicken our sound, without sticking out like a sore thumb. Anything from synths [to] organic patches and samples.”

  • dakotablue

    They’ll play anything they know together, as the Who get some young(er) bloods to suck. And GnR plays better with others now, too.