Guns N’ Roses Member Reveals What They Are Most Excited About in 2020!

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What are you excited about for GNR in 2020?

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Richard Fortus gave an interview recently to Forbes and of course the topic of Guns N’ Roses came up. Fortus was asked about what he’s most excited about in 2020 with the band and he said the following:

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Fortus: I’m excited to go back to South America in March, then we’ll be in Europe in the summer. And doing the festivals in Europe is always a lot of fun because you get to see lots of great bands and friends that you don’t normally see.

Tool Play Rush Cover During Live Show!

During Tool’s show on January 10th show in San Diego last week the band paid tribute to legendary rock drummer Neil Peart who passed away last Tuesday after a three year battle with brain cancer. During the concert Tool Drummer Danny Carey started his drum solo with “Chocolate Chip Trip” which was found on Tool’s latest release, 2019’s Fear Inoculum with a photo of him and Peart project behind his kit. According to fans in attendance the band played a short cover of the Rush song “A Passage to Bangkok” from their 1976 release “2112.” Following the show the band used the title track for “2112” as their end of show music. Check out the performance below!

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Rush Releases Statement Honoring Deceased Drummer Neil Peart

Surviving members guitarist Alex Lifeson and vocalist/bassist Geddy Lee issued a statement honoring their bandmate drummer Neil Peart who passed away on Tuesday this week at the age of 67 from brain cancer. Their statement reads as follows:

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It is with broken hearts and the deepest sadness that we must share the terrible news that on Tuesday our friend, soul brother and band mate of over 45 years, Neil, has lost his incredible brave three and a half year battle with brain cancer (Glioblastoma). We ask that friends, fans and media alike understandably respect the family’s need for privacy and peace at this extremely painful and difficult time. Those wishing to express their condolences can choose a cancer research group or charity of their choice and make a donation in Neil’s name.

Rest in peace brother.