If you missed Guns N’ Roses at the height of their hair-raising powers, Appetite for Destruction has your back, paying homage to Axl and the boys with an impeccably crafted tribute show of the band’s greatest hits. Featuring spot-on performances and Guns-inspired stagewear, the band’s adrenalin-filled live shows recreate the epic energy of the Roses’ infamous Use Your Illusion tour. From the lighter-in-the-air balladry of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” to the headbanging thrash of “Welcome to the Jungle,” Appetite for Destruction covered all the essentials at their 2013 shows, building anticipation for their 2014 tour dates alongside Nirvana tribute band Smells Like Grunge.
Named after the Guns N’ Roses’ chart-topping debut album, Appetite for Destruction have been paying tribute to the legendary band for more than 15 years. Featuring Rob Pfeffer as Axl and John Ricotta as Slash, the band’s attention to detail and commitment to faithfully recreating the Roses’ iconic music is the stuff of pure deference. Combining Pfeffer’s over-the-top showmanship and Ricotta’s fret-perfect executions of Slash’s legendary solos, the band’s live shows never fail to satisfy even the staunchest Guns N’ Roses purists.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“A great time! Hands down one of the most fun shows I've been to. The band looked the part sang all the hits you wanted to hear.”
“These guys did a great job of recreating the G'n'R experience! At times I felt like I was 17 again and listening to Axel rock out like in 1987!”
“This is a rockin’ cover band of GnR and Guns fans wont be disappointed. The lead singer is spot on and Slash's guitar pieces are treated with the respect they deserve.”