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W. Axl Kev

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W. Axl Kev last won the day on September 26 2019

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  1. I watched You're Crazy from Saturday night and it sounds like Axl is reaching heights (vocally) he's been skipping before. He sounds great. I thought he did all along but now he sounds really great.
  2. No that his weight is necessarily a topic, you are right. He looks healthy.
  3. Wichita is this tour's version of This I Love i.e. Axl's solo vocal performance.
  4. I mean that's great news if true. Was she on stage? I don't know how that relatest to my post?
  5. Beta is streaming live on Instagram. Looks like a great show in an intimate venue. Axl is talking a lot to the crowd but I can't hear what he's saying. He sounds in great voice and the band sounds tight (as usual). I know Knockin' on Heavens Door is usually not a popular one on this forum but it sounded brilliant (from what I saw). Looking forward to Chicago next week.
  6. I think this is fair. I often read the reviews, expecting to read something about Axl's voice sounding poor but it seldom appears. Most compliment his ability, aged 59, to reach some of the high notes. The "rasp" concept was more-or-less an obsession invented by this forum.
  7. Checked out some highlights from last night. Band sounded really good. Axl sounding sharp.
  8. I’m worried about this tour continuing. Some high profile musicians are canceling their tours. I hope not but you don’t want to be the ones labeled a “super spreader” event.
  9. The forum that no one uses apart from the occasional defector and people who have been banned from this one.
  10. Have we deployed a forum member tonight to the show? Really curious to see if the tweet about it being "out of control" had more to it than just general hype.
  11. The modern iteration of Thin Lizzy opened for a GN'R show I saw in Scotland back in 2012. Whilst no one could ever replace the perfect Phil Lynott, I recall it being exceptional. Edit: I guess I should've said they opened for the modern iteration of GN'R...
  12. I keep saying this but you won’t even notice in person. It comes across so powerful in person that it’s the last thing you’re thinking about. Great that he’s warming up though. His voice is so high pitched and unique it’s probably easy to pick holes in it. I still think he sounds great.
  13. This whole post absolutely nailed it for me but I agree with this point in particular. I was with 35,000 fans at MetLife having the time of my life and it dawned on me how much fun everyone around me was having and how not one single person there cared if they played a new song or not. The whole band sound great and I love the show they're doing these days and I cannot wait for Chicago. Really well said @GoodOlJohnnyK and the part about calling the chef a "fat cunt" made me laugh out loud.
  14. I don’t agree. It struck me (and the people I was with) how powerful his voice was. I’m sure on YouTube it sounds feeble but in person it was powerful and impressive. I doubt anyone who was there left thinking the sound guy wasn’t doing his job. The show was in New Jersey so there was no restrictions to speak of. Some were wearing masks but that was personal preference. There was actually a sign outside saying Proof of Vaccine was not required for entry. I can’t speak to the Australian policies.
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