Guns N' Roses Bassist Throws Tantrum In India

artist: guns n roses date: 12/17/2012 category: general music news
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Guns N' Roses Bassist Throws Tantrum In India
Guns N' Roses had some drama added to their series of shows in India. As the band's Wednesday night concert in Gurgaon reached its conclusion, the group took a bow and left the stage. After the final bow, Axl Rose wanted to play one final song and called the band members back on stage. But bassist Tommy Stinson seemed to balk at the idea and was seen throwing his bass backstage, as a roadie tried to stop him. The rest of the band started playing "Nice Boys" by Rose Tattoo, but Stinson didn't come onstage. Rose disappeared backstage, reappearing moments later followed by Stinson, who threw his bass onto a pile of equipment, flipped the middle finger at some crew members and left. GNR finished the last song of the show without a bassist, HenneMusic notes.
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