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October 15 2017, New York, Madison Square Garden
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Re: October 15 2017, New York, Madison Square Garden
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2017, 09:11:55 AM »
http://loudwire.com/guns-n-roses-madison-square-garden-photos-recap/

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The fact that singer Axl Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan are all playing together on one stage again is likely enough to fill up any arena, but GN’R are not resting on their laurels. Instead, they’re pouring their sweat and blood (yes, blood! — more on that later) on the stage as they deliver song after memorable song throughout the night.

Prior to this classic reunion, Axl was hit and miss, often straining and struggling to hit those high notes that made him one of rock’s most dynamic vocalists. This time around, Axl is on point, none more evident during his soaring performance of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” a tune that has seen Guns N’ Roses’ version become as much of a classic as the Bob Dylan original.

As great as Axl was, Slash deserves equal praise, as the spotlight shone on him throughout the night. Incredibly gifted guitarists played in Guns N’ Roses during Slash’s absence from the band -- including Buckethead, DJ Ashba and Bumblefoot -- but there’s nothing like seeing Slash play the riffs and solos that helped propel GN’R to superstardom.

We told you earlier there’d be blood. During an instrumental cover of Pink Floyd’s "Wish You Were," guitarist Richard Fortus’ hand was bleeding profusely as he traded licks with Slash. Fortus soldiered on, never missing a note on his blood-stained guitar.
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