Guns N’ Roses Share Pro Video Of Cut-Off Dave Grohl Jam

YouTube, @Guns N’ Roses.

Guns N’ Roses and Dave Grohl’s performance at BottleRock was cut off due to curfew on September 4, but you can still check it out. GN’R has shared a professionally shot video of the performance, which includes the fans singing after sound was cut off.

“Fans taking the lead after the curfew cut the sound,” says the description for the video on the band’s Youtube channel.

Do you think curfews should be later for big events like BottleRock? How do you think Guns N’ Roses is sounding these days?




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