Wednesday, February 10, 2010

GN'R at NYC Fashion Week


Guns N' Roses will play a secret gig at this week's New York Fashion Week in front of an elite crowd of only 100 people.

February 11, 2010 John Varvatos store (former CBGB), - 315 Bowery St, NY, NY

Setlist:

1:00 AM lights

You're Crazy
Mr. Brownstone
Used to Love Her
Welcome to the Jungle
Street of Dreams
Sorry
It's So Easy
band intros
Patience
Rocket Queen
Jam
Catcher in the Rye
My Michelle
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Whole Lotta Rosie
Paradise City
Sweet Child O' Mine
This I Love
Nightrain



Thanks to Here Today ... Gone to Hell for the updates.


Update: Still no Axl 12:26 AM EST
Update: GN'R is setting up right now 11:24 PM EST

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, its not such a secret anymore is it?? That´s sounds cool but again i think Axl & Friends are more of a Superbowl/wrestlemania kind of band....not fashion shows and crap like that, thats for artist like Beyonce or Rihanna or even the Backstreet Boys.

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Wolverine7
Wolverine7

Anonymous said...

Totally disagree with you Wolverine7...There is no way GN'R is a wrestlemania type band...fashion is way more artistic then redneck, lowbrow wrestling. Like it or not GN'R and fashion have always gone hand in hand, right from GN'R early days.

C F'n' T

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with C F 'n' T. And i hear beyonce and rhianna and all that crap in sports arenas all the fucking time.

ard

Anonymous said...

Ok, you have a point but what i meant by that is GN'R is Rock n' Roll, wild stuff, loud noice (sex,drugs etc) no fashion shows (pleeease) thats not the bands i grew up listening..sorry but that's my opinion and about the redneck lowbrow coment what do you think Axl Rose is all about?? remember "One in a million"??

Cheers!!

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Wolverine7

Anonymous said...

Axl Rose is a piece of shit, and one of the most despicable figures in rock. He is a straight-up redneck hick racist homophobe ignorant wife-beating liar and prick.

Anonymous said...

Axl could have avoided all this nonsense if he had just put out a better album

Katya said...

gnr not a fashion show? Did anyone check out Ashba's godamn shoes? Maybe it's the girl in me, but fuck I loved those and his outfits. Rock chique is a fashion, too, whether y'all like it or not.

Anonymous said...

hey Wolverine 7

I understand what you are saying about GN'R being wild stuff, sex, drugs and R N'R etc...and to me, GN'R playing a fashion show does not make them any less of that. The fashion show they are playing is not The Gap or Old Navy. Fashion is and can be quite edgy. Fashion is creative and artistic. Fashion is cool. You are entitled to your opinion and I would never try and change it...we're just talking.

I do disagree with you regarding One In A Million being anything related to rednecks. The song is brilliant despite it's obvious unfortunate lyrical attitude. But that song is raw and honest, from his point of view at that time in his life. One In A Million, right or wrong, was a ballsy song to write and is an artistic expression from someone who didn't understand or know any better. I never linked that song to a rednecked, uneducated, racist, backwoods, lowbrow type. I linked that song to a small town white boy nearly being consumed by the sins of a big city and not knowing how to handle it. To me, that song is about someone terrified of being out of his element and the things around him completelt mind f*cking him. This is a song about a victim dealing with events without the proper tools for handling them. this is NOT a redneck song at all....

C Fn' T

Anonymous said...

I respect any opinion, i been a Gn'R hardcore fan since Appetite, i was one of the first people to buy it, and its been dificult being a gn'r fan oh boy thats for sure..sometimes was even harder to defend the indefendible like that song, as much as we want to (my opinion again) musically is superb but the lyrics mmm thats all Axl doing.. an the subjet on fashion and all that, let me tell you original Gn'r "looked like shit (refering to they clothes)" and didnt care about that at all, Alice Cooper once said this in an interview and the continue saying that they were great anyway.

Cheers!

Wolverine7

Anonymous said...

Very cool bro...I've been a GN'R fan since 1987 as well...my friend introduced me to them. My local rock station (Q107 in Toronto) played Welcome To The Jungle on a show called The Power Factory (which aired every Friday or Saturday at midnight). My friend heard and told me to check out this band called Guns N' Roses so I listened to the radio for a week hoping to hear them and the following Friday or Saturday on the Power Factory those echoing chords to WTTJ came on.... It was like a fucking bomb went off in my ears, heart and soul!! I thought to myself, "what the fuck is this?" I never heard so much emotion and rawness expressed in a song before. The guitars and that voice and those words were like piercing hot daggers. I thought this band is fucking brilliant! The next day I went to my record store and bought Appetite For Destruction. This band touched me deeply and profoundly!! I listen to that album from beginning to end straight for what was probably a year. I NEVER heard anything like these guys before. This band was mean, angry, and scary and had attitude up the ass but most of all they had talent. These fuckers could write, play and sing and man they did it better than anyone. Their songs were as good as The Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols, Led Zeppelin, The Stooges, New York Dolls and the Beatles. This band was the real deal. My life had changed because of this record and band. they didn't a fuck about anything or anyone except their music....and it showed.

God, I loved that band...still do. Just a bad as fuck, hardcore rock n' roll band that had major punk leanings.

We both love and respect GN'R and hold them in high regard....for that I say cheers to you!!

C F'n' T

Anonymous said...

If you notice, every single "scandal" on this tour has somehow been related to Beta and Fernando Lebeis.

• The airport incident happened because Axl had to defend Beta against the photogs that she went after first.

• The Haiti comment had to have come from bad information given to him from someone, and Fernando was quick to comment on it.

• The whole Slash shirt incident had to have been set up by someone trying to "protect him" and Fernando was quick to come out against that too.

• And then Beta fights with Madison, and Axl has to come defend her. And Axl couldn't even respond to half the shit being said before because they hid it all from him until it got to the point that it was huge. By her own admission, Beta didn't even respond when TMZ called.

It's like the Lebeis family is purposely setting him up for failure.

Anonymous said...

C F'n' T, Cheers to you too, nice to interchange some coments without being all ofensive like some people are used to.. Long live Axl, Ex-gunners and current band members...and above all the great, exiting music they make...

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Wolverine7

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