Axl Explains Why Guns N' Roses Are Late To The Stage
"A lot of this goes way, way back, though, to 1991 when we were super-late going on stage," he somehow continued, as if events from 20 years ago were still relevant in this context today. "And that really more has to do with I should not have been on tour. I only went on tour because of three reasons. My manager had booked a tour without authorization — he just booked a tour — and then I'm gonna be sued for it. He was also telling me that if Slash dies of [a] heroin [overdose], or whatever, it's my fault. And Slash pushing me. I should not have agreed to that tour, but I didn't know how to get out of it after it was booked."
"And the only thing that started cutting down the late times was when I realized it was really being hard on the crew," Axl said. "The band didn't care about me, so my head wasn't about them. The public, like I said, it was a different kind of violent crowd; it was a back-and-forth thing whether they wanted you to succeed or tear you apart. But the big thing was that the crew was having trouble, that was really supportive of me, and they weren't getting enough sleep. And I didn't want anybody getting hurt. And once that happened, I started getting myself… figuring out a way to get there sooner. But it was also about trying to get the album done, get the album out. There was a lot to what was going on there." There is more
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