The frontman of Guns N’ Roses Axl Rose has apologised to fans after postponing the band’s gig which was due to take place in Glasgow on Tuesday, June 12.
The band had been due to perform at Glasgow Green, but released a statement which said the event would have to be postponed due to “illness and medical advice”.
Earlier today, Axl Rose took to Twitter to explain more about the reason for the postponement and to give his thanks to fans.
Rose tweeted: “I’d like to thank everyone for their well wishes! It’s greatly appreciated. We (the band) apologise for the inconvenience of postponing Glasgow.”
Rose added that he has “been following [doctor’s] orders, getting rest and working with a vocal coach and sorting out sound issues.”
Concluding his remarks with thanks, Rose tweeted: “At the end of the day it’s all about giving u fans the best of ourselves n’ the best time we can give you that’s all , the band n’ crew r focused on. See u in Munich”
Guns N’ Roses are responsible for hits such as Paradise City in 1987 and Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door in 1990.
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