• Guns N’ Roses reunite at LA club


    LOS ANGELES: The long-awaited Guns N’ Roses reunion will get off to a surprise early start Friday, with the band announcing a show in one of the small Los Angeles clubs where the rock legends were first noticed. The band confirmed that it will play a late-night gig at the Troubadour in West Hollywood—the first show in more than two decades bringing together singer Axl Rose and guitarist Slash. Guns N’ Roses were earlier announced as headliners of this month’s Coachella festival and the band has planned an arena tour, but had suspiciously left off any date in their native Los Angeles. Fans online initially voiced caution about the news of the concert as it falls on April Fools’ Day but Guns N’ Roses issued a statement confirming the show and saying that tickets would be available—only in person and one each—at a “retro” price of $10.



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