Axl Rose and Bill Murray partied in the same place after their Manhattan concerts on Monday, Page Six reports.
Rose, 55, was at the new Fifteen Stories rooftop lounge at Mondrian Park Avenue after Guns N’ Roses’ Madison Square Garden show, “surrounded by women,” a spy said. Rose was overheard telling pals that “he and Slash are ‘getting along great’ and having so much fun rocking all of their old stuff and putting together some new stuff,” the spy said. “And that once he and Slash got past ‘stubbornness’ and talked to each other, everything became cool again really quickly, and reuniting was a simple decision after that.”
Meanwhile, downstairs at club Yours Truly, Murray took over the dance floor following his Carnegie Hall show “New Worlds” with Jan Vogler and Friends.
“Bill was bopping along to Chance the Rapper’s ‘No Problem,’ ” says a spy. “It sort of felt like a bar mitzvah … but for a much older crowd.” Woody Harrelson, who’s currently promoting “LBJ,” was toting a massive bottle of Slovenia Vodka and doling out shots for guests. Journal Hotels’ Stephen Brandman collaborated with Butter Group’s Richie Akiva and Ronnie Madra on both spaces in the hotel. The official opening is next week.