Guns N' Roses

What Were The Top North American Tours in 2017?

The recent publication of the Nielsen 2017 Year-End Report showed that Metal Masters METALLICA were the top act in 2017, landing the #1 position on the "Top 5 Genre Artists" list in 'The Year In Rock' category, and Metallica's 'Hardwired... To Self-Destruct' album took the #3 spot on the 'Top 5...
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GUNS N' ROSES Latest Tour Is 4th Largest of All Time!

According to Billboard Magazine , The now 2-year-old GUNS N' ROSES 'Not In This Lifetime' Tour is now the 4th largest tour of all time! The Gunners 'Reunion' tour (to date) has grossed over 475 Million dollars from ticket sales, with the band having performed for approximately 4.3 million fans...
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Rock Well Represented in Pollstar's List of Top 20 Worldwide Tours of 2017

Pollstar has revealed its list of the Top 20 Tours of 2017, and rock was well represented.
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Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses and Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters

WATCH: Dave Grohl Joins Guns N' Roses for "Paradise City," & It's Awesome

Ever seen a rock star fangirl over another band? Look no further than Dave Grohl.
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Axl Rose performs at BB&T Center

Watch Guns N' Roses Pay Tribute To James Brown & Glen Campbell During Edmonton Gig

As Guns N' Roses continue to dominate stadiums across their global tour, they whipped out something unheard of during their stop in Edmonton, Alberta.
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Rock Holds Down the Fort in Top 10 Highest Grossing Tours of 2017

The list of the top 10 highest grossing tours of 2017 is here, and rock is killin’ it!
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Guns N' Roses Treat 'Invited Guests Only' to Killer Show at The Apollo!

It’s GOOD to be GUNS N’ ROSES these days… :D Sold-Out shows throughout their current “ Not In This Lifetime ” Tour, Many (deserved) accolades and tributes on the 30th Anniversary of their debut album, “ Appetite For Destruction ,” and just recently, being given their very own satellite channel for...
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Watching These Kids Listen to Guns N Roses is Amazing

In a recent “Kids React To” video, a group of kids, ages 6-13 years old, learned all about Guns N’ Roses. The lesson plan included listening to several of the band’s songs (“Welcome to the Jungle,” “Mr. Brownstone,” “Paradise City,” “My Michelle,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” and “Live and Let Die”) and...
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