Axl Rose Joins Carrie Underwood On Stage To Perform Classic Guns N’Roses Track


Guns N’Rose frontman Axl Rose was invited onto the stage by Carrie Underwood to perform classic Guns N’Roses track ‘Welcome To The Jungle’.

Underwood was performing live at the Arena in Los Angeles as part of her tour, and invited Rose onto the stage to perform the track.

This is not the first time that Rose and Underwood have joined forces on stage, with the pair having performed other Guns N’Roses classics ‘Sweet Child O’Mine’, and ‘Paradise City’, while Underwood was headlining California’s Stagecoach Festival last year.

Elsewhere, Carrie Underwood also performed tracks from her own back catalogue, including ‘Ghost Story’, ‘Good Girl’, ‘Hate My Heart’, ‘Last Name’, before concluding the show with ‘Before He Cheats’.

Check out Rose and Underwood performing the iconic G’N’R track below.

Rose Pays Tribute To Lisa Marie Presley

Back in January, Axl Rose performed another classic Guns N’Roses hit at the memorial service of the late Lisa Marie Presley, who died aged 54.

The memorial service took place in the front lawn of the Presley family home in Graceland.

At the service, Rose shared a live cover of the track ‘November Rain’, revealing later that his friend Lisa Marie wanted him to sing that song at the memorial.

“I do know Lisa loved her family very much, and was fiercely protective of her father and his legacy”, he said before performing the track. “I never in a million years imagined being here, singing under these circumstances”.

“Yes, it was my understanding she had actually talked about, if the situation… So that’s why I was asked to do it. So of course I had to be here”, he revealed afterwards.

Rose also spoke of the occassion itself.

“I didn’t really know I was going to speak or anything, and I still feel like I don’t know that I deserve to be here. But I wanted to do right by her and her family and the fans”, he said.

“So it meant a lot, I was pretty nervous and emotional up there about it. When I wrote it, I was calm – but not saying it”. 

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