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Guns N’ Roses announced they are canceling their Tuesday night concert in Glasgow, citing medical concerns as the reason.
The band announced the news Monday evening via their social media accounts. They let fans know that they had to cancel due to health concerns and a non-disclosed illness.
They were forced to cancel their show but they assured their fans that they will be rescheduling.
“Sadly, GN’R cannot perform in Glasgow tomorrow 5 July 2022 due to illness and medical advice,” they stated. “We are still working on rescheduling options. Please hold on to your tickets while we wait for an update. We are grateful for your patience and understanding.
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Although the cause of the cancellation is still unknown, Axl Rose, the lead singer, told London’s Sunday audience that they had to alter the setlist after receiving some information from his doctor.
A video circulating on TwitterRose, 60, informs the crowd about the changes to the setlist and assures them that it will still be an amazing show.
“So I went and saw the doctors. Rose explained to the crowd that Rose slept on the couch last night in order to be sure. “So I’ll be changing the songs around a bit vocally. I hope you don’t mind. We want to keep going.”
During their previous two shows in London, the band brought out country singer Carrie Underwood, who joined them in singing “Sweet Child O’ Mine” and “Paradise City.” Rose and Underwood had previously performed those two songs at the Stagecoach Festival, California.
Underwood shared her gratitude on social media, thanking both the crew and fans for the opportunity to spend “not one but TWO nights” with the band.
The band will play Friday in Munich, Germany. They will then close their European tour in Hanover (Germany) on July 15. Before returning to South America in September, they’ll be back on the road.
Source: Fox News