“I Couldn’t Think Of A Better Choice” – Zakk Wylde
“Axl Rose Shows Will Be ‘Karaoke’’ – Roger Daltrey
The news has shaken up the rock n roll industry. Brian Johnson was advised to stop playing live or “risk total hearing loss”. The band is still continuing their Rock or Bust world tour, which is set to play 12 European dates. The rockers had no fear on what to do though – they asked none other than Axl Rose.
Axl started the first show with the Aussie rockers in Lisbon, Portugal. In an un-Axl manner, he was only a mere 6 minutes late to the stage, something that is very rare as he is known for his lack of punctuality. Once he arrived on stage two hours late in Manchester, and in 1991, Axl didn’t get on stage because he was watching the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But for the AC/DC boys, Axl was a rock n roll gentleman.
Sitting upon his throne (the same throne Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters used) Axl belted out his unique weils and screams as his right leg frozen in a cast stays elevated, but this time he’s not screaming Welcome To The Jungle, Paradise City, not even Sweet Child O’ Mine.
Axl sounded quite alike Brian Johnson when singing the AC/DC classics like Back In Black and Whole Lotta Rosie.
For Guns ‘N Roses fans, they’re just happy Axl is back on track and has appeared on stage with long term guitarist Slash. Whether you love it or hate it, there’s no denying that Axl Rose singing AC/DC as Angus Young bounds the stage around him is nothing less than legendary.
– INDIA WALLIS