Guns N’ Roses were set to play November Rain at their show tonight in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, but Axl Rose ran into some piano problems forcing the band to scrap the song from their set.
It was surprising. Some fans who attended said that it had to do with possibly a new piano being used. Here’s everything you need to know.
Blast from the past
Guns N’ Roses brought out a deep cut Dead Horse from Use Your Illusion 1 album, which came out in 1991. The song was last played at the final show of the Use Your Illusion Tour in Argentina in 1993.
It wasn’t played a lot during the early days of the Use Your Illusion Tour but was played a lot during the Skin N’ Bones Leg of the Use Your Illusion Tour. The band performed it earlier this week in Oklahoma.
It’s kind of a big deal
Louder than Life is Guns N’ Roses’ first official performance in 2019. Their highly anticipated Not In This Lifetime reunion with original members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan began in April 2016 in Los Angeles, Calif. and finished in Dec.
2018 in Honolulu. Hawaii. Consisting of 159 shows in 41 countries, the tour is the second highest-grossing concert tour in history, reeling in around $563.3 million.
Keep an eye open for the road ahead
Though Slash has been on the road with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators for a few months in support of his 2018 album Living the Dream and Duff McKagan is releasing a solo album sometime in the next few months, Guns N’ Roses’ website confirmed that they will still be hitting the road together in the future.