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AC/DC With Axl Blows Away Guns N' Roses' Slash And Duff

06/07/2016
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(hennemusic) Slash and Duff McKagan were on hand to watch Guns N' Roses bandmate Axl Rose perform with AC/DC at The Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, UK on June 4.

The pair arrived to see Rose's 10th show on the European leg of AC/DC's Rock Or Bust world tour after he joined the lineup last month in place of Brian Johnson.

Slash summed up his impression of the show with the following tweet: "ACDC/Axl gig at Olympic Stadium was nothing short of awesome last night! Memorable evening to say the least!"

McKagan posted an image from the sound board, calling the evening "simply an epic experience!" Three shows remain on the spring run, which wraps up in Dusseldorf, Germany on June 15. Read more here.

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