Sunday, February 6, 2011

Guns N’ Roses: Axl Rose denies US tour, album relaunch rumors

Guns N’ Roses leader Axl Rose released a statement via Twitter on Saturday, to respond to recent rumors that GNR was planning a U.S. tour, as well as a campaign to relaunch 2008’s “Chinese Democracy.”

Here’s Axl’s message on Twitlonger:

Contrary to anyone's claims there are no concrete plans nor were there ever for a tour, a relaunch or sponsors (n' certainly not to replace anyone in the band) beyond a collection of random ideas thrown out by various individuals w/out any real foundation or negotiations in place other than our prior involvements (which wouldn't take a rocket scientist to put together). And 4 the record Doc McGhee is no longer involved w/either myself or GN'R.

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