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Guns N' Roses Perform Appetite For Destruction Rarity In Miami


Bruce Henne | 02-05-2020

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(hennemusic) Guns N' Roses performed the "Appetite For Destruction" rarity, "You're Crazy", for the first time in six years during a January 31 appearance at the 2020 Bud Light Super Bowl Fest in Miami, FL.

Last performed by the band in 2014, the 1987 track also made its Not In This Lifetime tour debut during their first concert of 2020. Guns N' Roses will begin a spring series of live dates in Mexico City on March 14 as part of a month-long run across Latin America before heading to Europe in May and returning to North America for summer stadium shows.

Prior to the 2020 concerts, the Not In This Lifetime tour topped the $580 million mark at the end of 2019 to earn a spot as the No. 3 highest-grossing tour in the history of the Billboard Boxscore chart. Watch fan filmed footage of the "You're Crazy" performance here.

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