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On June 3, Guns N’ Roses finally kicked off their European summer tour. Their first stop was at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany. There they played a total of 24 songs. Find out what the night looked like!
The band delivered fan favourites such as Welcome To The Jungle, Civil War, November Rain, and Sweet Child O’ Mine. These songs couldn’t be left out of course. Next to all those classics, covers from artists like Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, and Wings were played by the band as well. Take a look at their setlist down below!
1. It’s So Easy
2. Mr. Brownstone
3. Chinese Democracy
4. Welcome ToThe Jungle
5. Double Talkin’ Jive
8. Live And Let Die (Wings cover)
9. Rocket Queen
10. Attitude (Misfits cover)
11. This I Love
12. Civil War
13. Slither (Velvet Revolver cover)
14. Slash Guitar Solo
15. Speak Softly Love (Nino Rota cover)
16. Sweet Child O’ Mine
17. Wichita Lineman (Jimmy Webb cover)
18. Used To Love Her
19. Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd cover)
20. November Rain
21. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan cover)
24. Paradise City
At their first show in Berlin they also tried something new. It was the first time ever that they played the song called “Slither”. Originally, this song is from the band Velvet Revolver. Guitarist Slash, bassist Duff McKagan, and former drummer Matt Sorum are all part of this band. They haven’t played since 2008, when the singer Scott Weiland left the band, and departed in 2013.
Some fans welcomed us with pictures and videos of the performance:
This was just the beginning of their tour. You can also find Guns N’ Roses headline at festivals such as Download festival UK, Graspop, and Download festival Spain. If you want to scheck them out this year you can check the data down below!
You can also find out about why the band removed a song from one of their albums right here!Music News
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