GUNS N’ ROSES’ Show At GLASTONBURY Called Festival’s ‘Worst Headline Set In History’

Dave Grohl joined GUNS N’ ROSES for a memorable performance at the Glastonbury Festival in the UK. The band closed their set with “Paradise City,” with Grohl adding his impressive touch to the song.

Axl Rose, the frontman of GUNS N’ ROSES, introduced Grohl by saying, “There’s never such a thing as too many guitars.”

This collaboration comes after Grohl lent his throne to Axl Rose during GUNS N’ ROSES’ reunion tour when Rose injured his leg. Since then, the FOO FIGHTERS and GUNS N’ ROSES have shared the stage several times, including at the 2021 BottleRock Music Festival.

At Glastonbury, GUNS N’ ROSES delivered a 24-song set lasting over two hours, featuring their latest singles like “Absurd” and “Hard Skool” alongside their classic hits.

However, Mark Beaumont from the Independent criticized GUNS N’ ROSES’ Glastonbury performance as the worst headline set in the festival’s history. He singled out Axl Rose as the band’s weak link, particularly criticizing his vocal performance. Beaumont described Rose’s voice as resembling a caricature of hard rock, akin to something from the Muppet Show. He humorously added that if Rose’s voice were taken to a vet, it would come back in a cardboard box.

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