The legendary rock band are back together as they kick off their reunion tour
After months and rumours and speculation, Guns N' Roses finally confirmed that they would be returning to the stage with the majority of their original lineup.
While the full original lineup won't be returning, the long-running feud between guitarist Slash and lead singer Axl Rose has been put to bed, while Duff McKagan will also tour with the group.
All three were on stage at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on Friday night performing their first gig since getting back together, as they prepare to head away on a reunion tour which will feature a headlining set at Coachella.
According to Loudwire, the group were joined by keyboard players Dizzy Reed and Melissa Reese, guitarist Richard Fortus and drummer Frank Ferrer as they played a series of tracks from the Appetite for Destruction album.
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Although there were only 250 tickets for the gig, it seems that hundreds of fans queued outside for hours to try and get a place inside.
The band also announced on Friday a series of gigs across the United States during the summer, which are also sure to draw huge crowds too.