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  GUNS N' ROSES ANNOUNCE SUPPORT BANDS FOR LONDON AND DUBLIN
4th April 2017



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Guns N' Roses today announced two support bands for their 'Not In This Lifetime' shows at London Stadium on Friday 16th June and Saturday 17th June.

Guns N' Roses have a long history of having high quality support bands for their UK tours including Faster Pussycat and The Quireboys for their first UK tour in 1987, Skid Row and Nine Inch Nails for the start of the 'Use Your Illusion' tour in 91 followed by Faith No More and Soundgarden a year later, with The Cult, Soul Asylum and Blind Melon supporting the Gunners at Milton Keynes in 93.

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So what quality bands have Guns N' Roses got lined up for UK fans visiting the London shows to justify the price of £95 for a standing ticket?

Ladies and gentlemen, MetalTalk can reveal that The Kills and Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown will be supporting Guns N' Roses at the London Stadium.

The Kills are an indie rock band formed by American singer Alison Mosshart and British guitarist Jamie Hince who is better known as the former husband of model Kate Moss. Their fifth and most recent studio album, 'Ace & Ice', was released last June and reached the UK Top 20 album chart.



Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown are a kick-ass live band who supported AC/DC worldwide on their 'Rock Or Bust' tour last year.



Royal Blood, Mark Lanegan and Otherkin will be the supports at the Dublin gig on Saturday 27th May.

Guns N' Roses features the reunion of Axl Rose with Slash and Duff McKagan. The line-up is completed by guitarist Richard Fortus, drummer Frank Ferrer and keyboardists Dizzy Reed and Melissa Reese.

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MetalTalk can happily report that Guns N' Roses are well back on form on the current 'Not In This Lifetime' tour, performing mammoth shows with tracks from all of their albums even including the most recent 'Chinese Democracy' opus.

See what happened at The Gunners' recent Bangkok show right here.

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