PISTOLES AND ROSES played a shortened in United Arab Emirates Sunday evening (November 25) after frontman Axl Rose became "seriously ill".
Rose and his bandmates performed almost 20 songs in Abu Dhabi before cutting the show short.
The singer appealed to his medical condition at a time during the concert and told the audience (see video below): "They have received IV and a lot of injections because I got sick today, I have thrown myself for the last five hours. , instead of canceling, I'll do the best show we can for you. "
bassist Duff McKagan Later tweeted: "Thanks Abu Dhabi! @Axlrose drew a damn miracle … The man was beyond sick and pulled off something I've never seen in my 40 years of playing. You pulled him through. Next time!"
guitarist slash wrote on his Twitter Account: "Abu Dhabi, you were damn good tonight! Axl was seriously ill, but all of you were very supportive. Thanks for that. We'll be looking again next time! Cheers!"
Not everyone was happy with it axlExplanation, with a fan responding McKaganTweet: "Shame you only played about 10 songs, shame."
Another fan wrote: "Shouldve lived in his sick bed! How many hits!" And 1 1/2 hours to play Sweet Child and then Eric Clapton! Glad I did not pay or I would ask for a refund! @Pistols and roses. "
A third fan said, "How do you end a trip @Slash @DuffMcKagan @axlrose @gunsnroses? No patience, night or paradise city? Disappointed! And you played so well!"
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix special closed asian bone of PISTOLES AND ROSES& # 39; "Not in this lifetime" trip which now lasts almost three years. According to The national, the concert was the 157th night of a 31-month hunt, which went around the world twice, played to five million people and is about to become the second highest gross tournament all the time – overtaking itself THE ROLLING STONES. Only U2 has broken more from a single trip than GN & # 39; Rs estimated revenue of $ 600 million.
Three fifths of the classic GUNS lineup reunited in 2016 after they had last been together more than two decades earlier.
Join songs Rose, slash and McKagan on "Not in this lifetime" pull a drummer Frank Ferrer, keyboardist Dizzy Reed, guitarist Richard Fortus and other keyboardist Melissa Reese.
Abu Dhabi, you were damn good tonight! Axl was seriously ill. But all of you were hugely supportive. Thanks for that. We'll look again next time! Cheers! IIII]; ) & # 39;
– Slash (@Slash) November 25, 2018
Thank you Abu Dhabi! @axlrose pulled a damn miracle … the man was beyond sick and pulled off something I have never seen in my 40 years of playing. You pulled him all. Until next time!
– Duff McKagan (@DuffMcKagan) November 25, 2018
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