Guns N' Roses India Tour Ends In Drama
The band was playing the final stop on their first tour of India last Wednesday in Gurgaon, just outside New Delhi.
The concert went off well, according to a New York Times review by Kabir Taneja, with Axl Rose taking the stage on time and the band playing a 3 hour set.
But the show apparently didn't end well. Taneja said that after the band returned to the stage for an encore, Rose thanked fans and told them that playing India "has been a longtime dream."
He then dedicated the concert to the memory of sitar legend Ravi Shanker who had died the previous day. The band then took their final bow.
At this point, Axl decided to play another song and called the group back on the stage but Tommy Stinson apparently did not want to. Taneja reports, "he was visible from where I sat nearly throwing his bass backstage, as a roadie tried to stop him."
The band began performing Rose Tattoo's "Nice Boys" without Stinson, when Axl left the stage only to return moments later followed by Stinson.
At this point, Stinson, " threw his bass onto a pile of equipment, flipped the middle finger at some crew members and left. The band finished the last song without a bassist."
You can read the full review of the concert here.
hennemusic contributed to this report.