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Some Videos of Guns n' Roses at Sturgis

Posted on Sunday, August 15, 2010 at 12:01AM by Registered CommenterAllyson B. Crawford | Comments13 Comments
Guns n' Roses played the Rock n' Rev festival as part of Sturgis last week. I've been anticipating videos. So far, the clips that have surfaced are not great but I expect more to pop up soon.


Here's what is out there so far:


"Sweet Child O' Mine"



"Live and Let Die"


Reader Comments (13)

the crowd seems to be into in. i hope they do a u.s. tour. dj ashba is a great guitarist and adds alot to the band. i ve seen alot of video of the current tour and its been a great tour.i m sure there is a u s tour being planned .
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterbumblefootboy
good singer. No Slash and gang. Change name.
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBrian L
GNR sounds amazing! For all those fools who say it isnt GNR...listen to the last track on UYI II. Every track on CD is more Illusion than "My World." Its time to say live and let die to old GNR and say Welcome to the Jungle to the New Line up!! To everbody else who wants the 1986 line-up back(which would be great, dont get me wrong), its 2010 baby!
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGNR2010
GNR sounds amazing! For all those fools who say it isnt GNR...listen to the last track on UYI II. Every track on CD is more Illusion than "My World." Its time to say live and let die to old GNR and say Welcome to the Jungle to the New Line up!! To everbody else who wants the 1986 line-up back(which would be great, dont get me wrong), its 2010 baby!
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGNR2010
GNR sounds amazing! For all those fools who say it isnt GNR...listen to the last track on UYI II. Every track on CD is more Illusion than "My World." Its time to say live and let die to old GNR and say Welcome to the Jungle to the New Line up!! To everbody else who wants the 1986 line-up back(which would be great, dont get me wrong), its 2010 baby!
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGNR2010
GNR sounds amazing! For all those fools who say it isnt GNR...listen to the last track on UYI II. Every track on CD is more Illusion than "My World." Its time to say live and let die to old GNR and say Welcome to the Jungle to the New Line up!! To everbody else who wants the 1986 line-up back(which would be great, dont get me wrong), its 2010 baby!
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGNR2010
GNR sounds amazing! For all those fools who say it isnt GNR...listen to the last track on UYI II. Every track on CD is more Illusion than "My World." Its time to say live and let die to old GNR and say Welcome to the Jungle to the New Line up!! To everbody else who wants the 1986 line-up back(which would be great, dont get me wrong), its 2010 baby!
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGNR2010
GNR sounds amazing! For all those fools who say it isnt GNR...listen to the last track on UYI II. Every track on CD is more Illusion than "My World." Its time to say live and let die to old GNR and say Welcome to the Jungle to the New Line up!! To everbody else who wants the 1986 line-up back(which would be great, dont get me wrong), its 2010 baby!
August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGNR2010
GNR sounds amazing! For all those fools who say it isnt GNR...listen to the last track on UYI II. Every track on CD is more Illusion than "My World." Its time to say live and let die to old GNR and say Welcome to the Jungle to the New Line up!! To everbody else who wants the 1986 line-up back(which would be great, dont get me wrong), its 2010 baby! Wait, did I say this already? Damn...time to get off the Nightrain
These guys are still on my bucket list... so even with a chance of the No Show Axl... I'd have ti take the chance if they decide on a US tour.
August 16, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdamnp78
^^

Yeah, it's 2010. Time to learn how to use the Internet properly.
August 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBB
I've been a GNR fan forever and have seen them live many times over the years, and I'll continue to see them in the future. I also like Chinese Democracy & thought they put on a terrific show when I saw them this past January.

But while they may be GNR in name because Axl owns the brand, they certainly aren't that in spirit. To me, GNR will forever be the band that recorded Appetite & Lies. After that, Axl acquired too much control (presumably because he was the most sober of the bunch) and they started going for a more polished sound than the dangerous, raw rock & roll band that they were.
August 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBryon
Axl is a dick. RIP GnR - it isn't the same band, no matter how you dress it up.
August 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRich

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