Guns N’ Roses Announce Massive Summer 2020 Tour!

Guns N’ Roses Announce European 2020 Tour!

I totally called it!

Guns N’ Roses have announced that they’re returning to the UK and Europe next year again for the third time.

The band have scheduled 13 Not In This Lifetime shows, starting at Lisbon’s Passeio Martim De Alges on May 20 and wrapping up with a set at Dublin’s Marlay Park on June 27.

The tour will also see Guns N’ Roses play one show in the UK at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on May 29.

Tickets for the shows will go on general sale from 10am on December 18 through the official Guns N’ Roses website.

Find a full list of dates below.

Guns N’ Roses 2020 UK and European tour
May 20: Lisbon Passeio Martim De Alges, Portugal
May 23: Seville Estadio Benito Villamarin, Spain
May 26: Munich Olympiastadion, Germany
May 29: London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, UK
Jun 02: Hamburg Volksparkstadion, Germany
Jun 06: Stockholm Sweden Rock Festival, Sweden
Jun 09: Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium, Austria
Jun 12: Florence Firenze Rocks, Italy
Jun 14: Berne Stade De Suisse, Switzerland
Jun 17: Warsaw PGE Narodowy, Poland
Jun 19: Prague Letnany Airport, Czech Republic
Jun 21: Landgraaf Pinkpop, Netherlands
Jun 27: Dublin Marlay Park, Ireland

Trent Reznor Used to Play In a Series of Cheezy 80’s Pop Bands

If you have heard interviews with Axl Rose over the years or even listened to “Chinese Democracy” then you’d know Nine Inch Nails and frontman Trent Reznor are a huge influence on him. Hell, several former members of Nine Inch Nails either produced or played (or auditioned for the band) on “Chinese Democracy” including Chris Vrenna, Robin Finck and producer Sean Beavan. Today we look at the pop bands Trent Reznor played in before he formed Nine Inch Nails.

Dizzy Reed Praises Richard Fortus

Guns N’ Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed appeared on Mitch Lafon’s podcast to discuss the band, his side project H&B and other things. He was asked about guitarist Richard Fortus and said the following:

Richard Fortus, I don’t think people give him enough credit…

“He’s probably the most versatile guitar player, most versatile musician that I know. He can do it all, and he does it all.

“He works really hard too, man, and it works. Everything sort of gels together. We got Frank [Ferrer] on drums who’s amazing, and Melissa [Reese, keyboards] who’s also incredible. It’s a blast, man. “

Motley Crue Fans Blast the Band Over “Ridiculous” Meet and Greet Packages!

Motley Crue fans have accused promoters of trying to take advantage of fans with their ridiculous VIP Meet & Greet packages for the band’s summer 2020 stadium tour with Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett. They also discussed past meet and greets and hteir experiences.

Stacebabe posted on Reddit, “Wild side is $4.5k!!! No way in hell!!” Jedifire wrote, “I didn’t pay, I was the plus one for a friend of mine who bought Nikki’s stage played bass. I don’t know what the price was, and my understanding was there were only two per show in the tour, but we got to spend about 10-15 minutes alone talking with Nikki (and photographer and assistant).

This was done I believe after the whole band meet and greet but I will say that it was nice to have an I rushed conversation with Nikki. That might be a better option for some of he is offering something similar in this tour. Sorry about rambling, I’ve had a few beers.”

Androidcoma gave his two cents “It’s not worth the $1500+, just from experience seeing other bands do it, it’s super quick, super impersonal, and the price this time around is flat out absurd vs if it was a few hundred bucks.It’s definitely priced for the older crowd or anyone that’s well off that can afford it, ’cause it’s straight up luxury to pay that much just to get a quick photo and some things signed.”