Guns N’ Roses to Tour Small U.S. Clubs This February
If you want a ride on the ?Nightrain,? you better act fast. Guns N? Roses just announced a six-date club tour of the United States.
According to a recent article for RollingStone.com, GnR will be playing at small venues in New York City during Fashion Week. The band will be melting faces at Roseland Ballroom, Webster Hall and Terminal 5 and then hit the road in mid-February for shows in Chicago, Atlantic City and Silver Spring, Maryland.
2012 will be a busy year for Axl and Co. On top of another tour this summer — eight-days in Europe — the original lineup is to be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April. Whether or not the entire band will perform at the ceremony is up in the air. In a 2011 interview, former guitarist Slash gave his opinion on a possible reunion:
“I have no idea how that’s supposed to go,? said Slash, ?If Axl, Duff, Izzy and myself start communicating, it could go one way. It we don’t, God knows.?
If you?re sick of listening to ?Welcome to the Jungle? on your iPod, hurry up and get a ticket. Pre-sale tickets are available today while regular tickets go on sale Wednesday. As of now, these six dates are the only ones listed on the band?s Events page. If you act fast, just might get to see the band as they were in their early club days (minus the original lineup of course). Turns out even Silver Spring, Maryland can be a ?Paradise City.?
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