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In the 1980’s Hollywood music scene, Guns N’ Roses was known as “the band that almost wasn’t.” Formed in 1985 by members of two popular local bands, L.A. Guns and Hollywood Rose, the new group came up with the name “Guns N’ Roses” not for their band, but for a record label they wanted to form when their efforts to get a recording contract failed. The record label never happened and the band went through multiple lineup changes and one miserably failed tour (both vans broke down and the band members had to hitchhike home with instruments on their backs) before they finally signed with Geffen Records in 1986.
From the start, the band was hugely popular on the L.A. Music scene, filling legendary clubs like The Roxy and The Troubadour. But their fans had to wait another year while the band battled with record company executives, producers and each other over getting exactly the right sound.
In July of 1987, their first studio album, Appetite for Destruction, was finally released, and it was worth the wait. The album went to number one on the U.S. charts, and included now-iconic singles including “Welcome To the Jungle,” “Paradise City,” and the band’s first--and last--number one hit, “Sweet Child of Mine.”
The release featured the band’s first core lineup: Izzy Stradlin and Slash on guitar, Steven Adler on drums, Duff McKagan on bass and Axl Rose, the band’s charismatic and volatile front man, on vocals. The five embarked on a massive tour, leaving behind the local clubs for arenas during a sixteen-month world-spanning tour. Guns N’ Roses started off supporting established rock acts including Alice Cooper, Motley Cruë and Aerosmith, but by Spring of 1988, a Guns N’ Roses concert was most definitely the headlining act.
In the intervening years, the band has had its ups and downs. Band members missed shows because of injuries sustained in fights, police detainment and stints in rehab. During the band’s set at the 1987 Monsters of Rock festival, two fans were crushed to death. Band members and managers were fired or resigned over drug use, lawsuits were filed, and Axl Rose brawled with audience members and walked off the stage in the middle of concerts. Throughout the first years of these upheavals, the band continued to record and perform, and Guns N’ Roses concert tickets continued to be top sellers.
By 1999, Axl Rose was the only remaining original member of the band. He announced that the band’s next studio album, Chinese Democracy, was in the works, but it would be another nine years -- and a staggering number of lineup changes -- before it, the bands final studio album, was released. And, although the album eventually made it to number three on the charts, the supporting tour was a disaster, with the majority of shows being rescheduled or cancelled altogether due to the band’s inability to keep a stable lineup.
Despite these setbacks, fans were still hungry for Guns N’ Roses tickets. So, when it was announced that the 2016 Coachella Music Festival would be headlined by a “reunion concert” featuring Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan, it could only be hoped that a tour would follow.
And what a tour it was! The aptly named Not In This Lifetime… Tour kicked off in April 2016 and had grossed nearly half a million dollars by its finish.
Now, Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan are hitting the road again, filling stadiums for the Guns N’ Roses 2020 Tour this Summer. North American dates start in July, and Guns N’ Roses 2020 Tour tickets are selling fast, so secure your seats today!
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