At Guns N’ Roses‘ second of two Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena concerts, and the second official date on their Not in This Lifetime tour, the band’s “classic” lineup reunited with another old friend: Sebastian Bach. As the former Skid Row singer has done with the Axl Rose-led GN’R lineups over the past decade, Bach joined the band to share lead vocal duties alongside Rose on Appetite for Destruction‘s “My Michelle.”
“I think I speak for Las Vegas when I say one thing: Thank you for making us so fucking happy, Guns N’ Roses,” an excited Bach told the crowd after exploding onto the stage. “Is this fucking great or what?”
Bach had been a frequent live guest of Rose’s GN’R since 2006, appearing at Guns N’ Roses shows spanning from Poland and Los Angeles to Australia and Puerto Rico. However, with Rose still confined to Dave Grohl’s throne, Bach relished in the opportunity to sing the track alongside Slash and Duff McKagan for the first time.
Barring any more unannounced gigs, Guns N’ Roses will next take the stage for their much anticipated headlining performance at the Coachella festival on April 16th.Find out five things you didn’t know about Guns N’ Roses.