Guns N’ Roses drummer Frank Ferrer is seemingly injured as a photo surfaced on the internet.
Frank Ferrer seemingly broke his arm
Ferrer was seen with his arm bandaged, apparently with an injured finger. The severity of the injury is not known and also if it will prevent him from playing at the show in Prague.
You can check out the picture below:
Ontem, Frank Ferrer foi visto com o braço enfaixado, aparentemente com alguma lesão no dedo. Não sabemos a gravidade e também se isso vai impedir ele de tocar no show de hoje em Praga pic.twitter.com/l7wk7qr4kb
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Fans have speculated that Guns N’ Roses’ concert at Hard Rock Live Florianópolis in São José on Sunday, September 18 might be their last tour. One of the fans, FabioRoses on the Guns N’ Roses forum noted that “on Florianopolis poster there is something written about a “Last Chance” to see them. Did anyone catch that?” Another responded to him saying that it is not what seems like. The fan said, “No it’s not. It’s just advertisement.” While another said: “Nope, they’ll go on along as possible”
The late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain had been publicly vocal about his dislike for Guns N’ Roses. Metallica member Kirk Hammett recently reflected on the fact that Nirvana turned down the opening-act slot on a 1992 stadium tour featuring Metallica and Guns N’ Roses.
In a new interview with NME, Hammett talked about how Cobain had turned down the offer to share the stage with Guns N’ Roses back in 1992 as part of the Stadium Tour. He recalled how he had reached out to Cobain about the show but he was not in favor of the idea. Nirvana was not a part of the tour and it was Faith No More who played in the opening act.