Despite the fact that Guns N’ Roses released one original album in the last two and a half decades, they have significantly changed these last few years. Questions always derived onto the separation of the original band members. However, the return of guitar icon Slash and original bassist Duff McKagan in 2016 renewed G-N’-R’s draw. The return into Hall of Fame started with their tour “Not In This Lifetime” which began in April 2016 and is due to end on November 29. The band played in several states around the U.S, Europe, Australia, and South America for the upcoming months. Last Week, the band visited New York City and played at Madison Square Garden on three different occasions: Oct. 11th, the 15th, the 16th, and on the 12th they performed in Newark (Prudential Center).
Oct. the 11th — The band’s Madison Square Garden’s concert lasted a little over three hours and, in addition to songs on the band’s discography, included covers of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” and their its recently added take on Glen Campbell’s “Wichita Lineman”. During the show the band welcomed a pop superstar to the stage who also can rock it with the best of them — Pink . The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers were performing their 1989 classic, “Patience,” when Pink strolled onstage wearing a red leather jacket and joined lead singer Axl Rose. Watch the crowd go wild as Pink sings the third verse of “Patience” below.
According to Billboard Boxscore, Guns N’ Roses “Not In This Lifetime” has pulled in over $400 million since it first launched in April, and the revenues are still going up. After much tribulation, the reunion of G-N’-R’ members have made the band much more money than ever, and putting out a new album with the reunited lineup is anything but certain.