Guns N’ Roses production manager Dale Skjerseth said in a new interview with NewsHub.co.nz that while Guns N’ Roses do take breaks, “there’s no end in sight,” music to the ears of fans fearing GNR’s reunion could end in the next year or so.
“It’s exciting to see them back together, it’s the original from what we left it in 1993,” Mr Skjerseth says.
Mr Skjerseth wasn’t giving any dressing room secrets away, saying that’s not his department. “They’ll come, they’ll set up, they’ll go on stage, then they’ll leave immediately after the show.”
The band members are in their 50s now. So, does age hinder them?
“No. As time goes on, you realise what you did then, musically, and now how much better you can make it.”
Myles Kennedy discussed the future of Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators in a new interview with journalist Gary Graff, “I mean, the door’s certainly open on my end. If it works out again in the future, I’m certainly up for it. I think that we’ll just see how it plays out… I think it’s just one of those things. We still talk; we just talked the other day, and we do a lot of texting and whatever. But, you know, there’s no… I think, because both of us are so busy right now with our other entities, there’s no definitive plans in place.”