Guns N’ Roses Debut AC/DC Cover During Portugal Show

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Axl Rose would possibly not be filling in for AC/DC, however the Weapons N’ Roses frontman nonetheless had some “DC” left in his machine because the band hit the degree in Lisbon, Portugal Saturday evening (June 4). That is since the band gave the group the reside debut in their AC/DC quilt, “Stroll All Over You.”

The track, which to begin with seemed on AC/DC's 1979 album Freeway to Hell, used to be no longer a few of the songs that Rose carried out with AC/DC all over the time he fronted the band, serving to them end out their 2016 traveling, so there is obviously some love for subject matter digging match deeper than what used to be carried out all over his time with the band.

The crowd performed a 26-song set at Passeio Marítimo de Alges, Oeiras, with the observe coming amidst a chain of 3 covers within the band's efficiency. Digging deep into their historical past, the band first performed “Shadow of Your Love” from the GN'R precursor Hollywood Rose, then “Stroll All Over You” and adopted it with their Wings quilt of “Are living and Let Die,” which is largely a staple within the band's reside units anyway after the gang put their very own stamp on it within the early ‘90s.

The evening additionally integrated covers of Velvet Revolver's “Slither,” The Stooges’ “I Wanna Be Your Canine,” Bob Dylan's “Knockin’ on Heaven's Door,” and Slash took on Albert King's blues same old “Born Beneath a Dangerous Signal” all over a solo function.

Fanatics had been additionally handled to the primary efficiency of “Reckless Lifestyles” since 1993 and the Urge for food for Destruction model of “You might be Loopy” for the primary time since 1991.

Get a more in-depth have a look at fan-shot video of Weapons N’ Roses appearing “Stroll All Over You” beneath, and stay alongside of their traveling at this location.

Weapons N’ Roses Debut AC/DC Quilt “Stroll All Over You” in Lisbon, Portugal

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