Guns N' Roses: It looks like the Munich concert is going on

Guns N’ Roses: It looks like the Munich concert is going on

guns not flowers
Looks like the Munich concert is going on

Axel Rose has been having voice problems lately.

© imago images / Gonzales Photo

It looks like the next Guns N’ Roses concert in Munich will take place. Fans were afraid that the show would be cancelled.

After the Guns N’ Roses concert in Glasgow was recently canceled, fans feared the rockers wouldn’t be able to perform in Munich on July 8th. It now appears that Frontman Axel Rose (60) is giving all the clarity. “See you in Munich”, The singer writes at least on Twitter.

The band recently had to cancel a show in Scotland that was scheduled to take place on July 5th. “Unfortunately, due to illness and medical advice, GN’R will not be able to. […] to perform in Glasgow”, He said, among other things, on the group’s Instagram account. Many assumed that Rose might have been ill. The singer also shared a health update with his fans.

Looks like Axl Rose had a problem with his voice

The 60-year-old wrote that he wanted to thank everyone for his well-being. Apparently Rose had voice problems. He followed the doctors’ instructions, rested for the past few days and also worked with a singing coach. He also took care of “solve our audio problems”: “Everything seems fine so far.” At the end of the day, it’s all about giving the fans the best possible show. He and the other band members and crew are focused on that.

Rose also apologized for the inconvenience caused by the cancellation of the Glasgow concert. The group had previously announced that they would be looking for an alternate date. Guns N’ Roses will be in Milan on July 10, in Vienna on July 13 and in Hanover on July 15. Concerts are scheduled for the fall in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.


READ  Quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia again

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.