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TITLE: Stars Come Out for G’n’R

DATE: May 23 2006

AUTHOR: Paul Cashmere


Axl Rose had an all-star audience turn out for his Guns ‘n’ Roses New York shows last week. Famous

faces in the crowd included Matthew Perry, Mickey Rourke, Drea De Matteo, Lenny Kravitz, Jamie Lynn

Sigler, Fred Durst, Sebastian Bach, Ethan Hawke, Jay Z, Jimmy Fallon, Maxwell and Sean Penn.

As well as the starring audience, Rose also welcomed back former Guns ‘n’ Roses guitarist Izzy Stradlin

towards the end of the show for the songs ‘Think About You’, ‘Patience’ and ‘Night Train’.

Now that Rose has officially resurrected G ‘n’ R, the long overdue ‘Chinese Democracy’ album looks like it

will finally be released.

The NYC shows featured a good smattering of the unreleased album including the songs “Chinese

Democracy," "Better," "There was a Time," "Madagascar," "IRS" and "The Blues."

Guns ‘n’ Roses will head to Europe soon for a headlining festival appearance at Rock In Rio in Portugal,

Download in the UK, Rock Am Ring in Germany, Gods of Metal in Italy, Novarock in Austria, Graspop in

Belguim and Roskilde in Denmark.

They also have their own headline gigs coming up in Madrid, Budapest, Prague, Warsaw, Paris, Zurich,

Stockholm, Oslo and Helsinki.

In a statement about the New York shows, Rose said "We've just finished our 4 shows in New York and had

an amazing time. New York has always been special and it feels great to be doing this again particularly in

front of so many friends. I am very excited about Europe and getting back over here in September."

SOURCE: Undercover

DIRECT LINK: http://www.undercover.com.au/news/2006/may...060523_gnr.html

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