|Guns N’ Roses Opening Night Reviews!|
|Check out the reviews from their show at Ford Field in Detroit, MI. Make sure to get your tickets to the tour today!|
This was the real thing, the thing we’d all been waiting for: the triumphant return of one of the most important bands to cross rock music history. And it happened in our lifetime.
It was the Guns N’ Roses of yore: Axl darting across the stage, doing that side-shuffle-in-place move, and looking like a demon serpent while howling into his microphone; Slash, virtually unchanged in appearance from the “Appetite for Destruction” days, ripping solos in a sleeveless black T-shirt, black leather pants, a black top hat and mirrored sunglasses; and Duff, bass slung low), somehow looking 10 pounds leaner than he did in 1987 and still every bit as cool.
Detroit Free Press
For the first time in 23 years, a Guns N’ Roses fronted by Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan occupied a Detroit stage, as the reunited band played an electric, vigorous show Thursday night at Ford Field. It was the kind of night that had rock magic pumping through the veins of the packed stadium — a high-energy 2½-hour affair that kicked off the group’s Not in This Lifetime Tour. For most of Thursday night, it was as if Axl, Slash and Duff had stepped right off a tour bus from 1993.
|SET LIST It’s So Easy Mr. Brownstone Chinese Democracy Welcome to the Jungle Double Talkin’ Jive Estranged Live and Let Die (Wings) Rocket Queen You Could Be Mine You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory (Johnny Thunders) Raw Power (Iggy and The Stooges) This I Love Civil War Coma Band intros into Slash solo – Speak Softly Love (Love Theme from the Godfather/Andy Williams) Sweet Child O’ Mine Better Out Ta Get Me Jam (Wish You Were Here/Pink Floyd) November Rain Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan) Nightrain Encore: Don’t Cry The Seeker (The Who) Paradise City|
a unique setting for both icons and new discoveries
SZA’s best since 2017
The Earliest Bird: Top Recorded Release For 12-3-21 – 12-9-21. Arca’s kick ii, iii, iiii, iiiii, Reviewed
the state of pop art is somewhere in Arca’s sound
part glam-rock opus, part mixtape
an ear candy of epic proportions
an immersive sonic experience
Particle is on a mission to revolutionize the fine art industry and every work acquired by the company will be included in the “Particle Foundation,” a nonprofit that will maintain, display, and tour the collection on behalf of the community.
Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get Tour At Madison Square Garden, Tuesday, November 30th, 2021, Reviewed
lives and dies with his songs