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Guns N' Roses Release Reunion Show Video

05/12/2016
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(Classic Rock) Guns N' Roses have released video footage from their first reunion show in Las Vegas which took place last month. Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan performed sold out gigs at Sin City's T-Mobile Arena on April 8 and 9 after confirming they'd reunited earlier this year.

The 30-second clip - which can be viewed below - shows the band onstage, soundtracked by their hit Welcome To The Jungle. Vocalist Rose performed the shows from Dave Grohl's 'throne' after breaking his foot at an earlier warm-up show in LA.

They followed up the Vegas shows with gigs in Mexico City and at Coachella. Next month, they return to the road after Axl Rose returns from his stint fronting AC/DC as a guest singer. Watch the video here.

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