Axl Rose thanked fans and said he “seems good” after vocal issues forced Guns N’ Roses to cancel a date on Tuesday, June 5th, in Glasgow.
The two prior GN’R shows at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London experienced sound issues, with fans complaining that they couldn’t hear Axl’s voice at the rear of the venue. During the second London performance on July 2nd, Rose told the crowd he was “having issues” with his voice and the band would play a shorter 19-song set.
“So I went to the doctors and all that stuff,” Rose told the audience. “I slept here last night to make sure.”
Since then, Rose has been tending to his voice and says he’s on the mend. The singer shared the good news on Twitter, saying, “I’d like to thank everyone 4 their well wishes! It’s greatly appreciated! We apologize 4 the inconvenience of postponing Glasgow. I’ve been following Dr’s orders, getting rest, working w/a vocal coach n’ sorting out r sound issues. Seems good so far.”
He continued, “Thanks again 4 everyone’s concern! At the end of the day it’s about giving u the fans the best of rselves n’ the best time we can give u n’ that’s all I, the band n’ crew r focused on. See u in Munich!!”
Guns N’ Roses will play Munich on July 8th, with the European tour set to wrap up on July 15th in Hanover, Germany. Grab your tickets to the remaining dates here ahead of their upcoming shows in South America, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand later this year.
Slash had previously told Heavy Consequence that the band’s summer run would see the premiere of a new original song, though that has yet to happen — possibly due to Axl’s vocal issues.
— Axl Rose (@axlrose) July 7, 2022