This is really sad to hear.
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Time to wake up and smell the roses…
The Guns N' Roses, that is!
Believe it or not, your socks are about to get rocked off this Summer because Axl Rose, Slash, and the rest of the guys are hitting the road for 20-city headlining concert tour!
We had heard rumors that this was about to happen, but the band confirmed the news on Friday, also letting us know that tickets go on pre-sale April 4!
Dates for the Not In This Lifetime Tour include:
We can't wait to buy tickets!
On Monday, the FULL line-up was released, which not only confirmed GNR's appearance, but other musical acts!
Co-headlining the California music festival are LCD Soundsystem (on April 15 & 22) and Calvin Harris (on April 17 & 24). The Appetite For Destruction musicians will play April 16 & 23.
The festival will take place over two weekends — April 15-17 and 22-24 — in Indio, CA.
To see the entire list, ch-ch-check it out (below)
This is so exciting!
The band — along with its founding members — will reportedly headline the California music festival scheduled for April 15-17 and 22-24!
This is HUGE, considering the last time the two OG Guns N' Roses artists shared the stage was on July 17, 1993.
But wait, Perezcious readers, there's more!
The reunited rockers are supposedly wheeling and dealing with promoters to play a North American tour next summer across 25 football stadiums!
They're also slated to be one of the first acts to perform at the brand-new Las Vegas Arena, which will open in April.
Apparently, the band is asking for $3 million each show, and tickets could go for up to $250-275.
What do U think of this rockin' news?? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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This is just so sad.
As we previously reported, Stone Temple Pilots lead singer Scott Weiland was found dead in his tour bus by his manager while on the road in Minnesota — he was 48-years-old. Tragic.
Currently, the industry vet's cause of death has yet to be made available.
Many in Hollywood took to Twitter and Instagram, to pay tribute to Scott, once they learned of the rocker's untimely passing — including former bandmate Slash, Dave Navarro, Juliette Lewis, Tommy Lee, Taylor Momsen, Joe Perry, and many more.
Check out their responses below:
This is one of the more on-brand things he's ever done.
Shia LaBeouf may be more known for his battles with the law than he is for being an actor, but that doesn't mean he's ready to stop being an entertainer.
In an essay for the upcoming book Prison Ramen, the 29-year-old opens up about his five earliest arrests (his drunken arrest in Texas this past October happened after his chapter was completed).
Prison Ramen, a cookbook that includes real stories of prison life, is the brainchild of actor Clifton Collins Jr. and childhood friend and ex-con Gustavo "Goose" Alvarez.
Shia's recipe for ramen-inspired egg salad sandwiches is pretty lackluster — it's just cooked ramen mixed with egg on bread — but his opinions on his numerous stints in jail are much more interesting:
Welcome to the divorce jungle!
As we reported, Guns N' Roses guitar legend Slash filed for divorce from his wife Perla Ferrar last week in Los Angeles.
Well it turns out the two didn't have a prenup, and she's gunning for half his fortune!
According to sources close the couple, Perla is already in talks with a lawyer who is assessing the rock god's property, album sales, and other assets.
Another one bites the dust.
Rock n' roll legend Slash — real name Saul Hudson — filed for divorce from his wife Perla Hudson on Tuesday in LA.
The couple has been married since 2001 and are requesting joint physical and legal custody of their two boys, 12-year-old London and 10-year-old Cash.