Axl Rose was recently seen with author, Geraldine Garcia Colins as they posed with her book ‘Axl y e el Tardin Magico’ or ‘Axl And The Magic Garden‘.
The book seems to be geared towards children as it paints the picture of Axl (Rose) being a hungry caterpillar. The book’s breakdown is as follows: “Have you ever seen a Snark gobbling up food? Snarks are troll-faced caterpillars and have a huge appetite for destruction, especially when it comes to gardens with delicious fruit and vegetables that are not theirs. The Snark’s leader is “red headed”, wears white sneakers, and has a bandana tied around his head.”
If you haven’t yet guessed who Axl is based off of, the rest of the description surely lets you know.
Continued: “Yes … his name is Axl. Snarks destroy everything they can find, but there is still one amazing magic garden that they haven’t discovered.”
It seems that Axl met up with Geraldine in Spain to give his blessing to the book as it is currently on sale for purchase.
While in Spain for touring purposes, Axl Rose and Guns N’ Roses paid heavy homage (though not the first time to a band) to one of their biggest inspirations – AC/DC. Guns N’ Roses debuted their cover of the AC/DC deep cut “Walk All Over You” at the June 4 kickoff of their 2022 world tour in Oeiras, Portugal, and Tuesday night in Seville, Spain, they continued the trend by breaking out “Back in Black” for the first time in their history.
The band did a great rendition of the classics which fans loved. In fact, many fans caught the great show on video which is linked below. It’s to be seen if this will be a running theme yet for future Guns N Roses shows, but they definitely have done AC/DC some justice here with this.
<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p lang=”pt” dir=”ltr”>Axl Rose em Sevilla. Ele segura o livro "Axl e o Jardim Mágico", de Namíbia Coronado. <a href=”https://t.co/0YP03gp9Ub”>pic.twitter.com/0YP03gp9Ub</a></p>— Guns N' Roses News (@gnrnewsbrasil) <a href=”https://twitter.com/gnrnewsbrasil/status/1534249875159793665?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>June 7, 2022</a></blockquote> <script async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” charset=”utf-8″></script>
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