Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Guns N' Roses AyCee bound

House of Blues inside Showboat Atlantic City will host '90s rockers Guns N' Roses Feb. 24.

Guns N' Roses AyCee bound

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House of Blues inside Showboat Atlantic City will host '90s rockers Guns N' Roses Feb. 24.

The AyCee gig is one of six "intimate"-venue dates  the hard-rock outfit, led by hair-whipping lead singer Axl Rose will do on its upcoming U.S. tour, which kicks off Feb. 10 in New york as part of that city's annual Fashion Week festivities.

According to the band's Web site, www.gunsnroses.com, pre-sale tickets for the HOB show go on sale Wednesday at 10 a.m., with the public sale set for 10 a.m. Friday. Tickets will be available on the site.

While the unit will tour under the GN'R banner, Rose is the only founding member of the group still on active duty.

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