GUNS N' ROSES Frontman AXL ROSE: 'I've Always Wanted To Play In India'

GUNS N' ROSES' much-awaited multi-city concert tour in India this month will consist of three shows: in Bangalore on December 7, in Mumbai on December 9 and in Gurgaon on December 12.

Tickets for the event, promoted by MOOZ Entertainment, are available in three categories — Silver ( Rs. 1,500), Gold (Rs. 3,000) and Platinum Lounge (Rs.10,000).

"Tickets for GUNS N' ROSES concert are flying off the shelf. The demand is surging for all the three cities. We encourage fans not to miss out on this experience of a lifetime and get their tickets now," Karamjeet Singh, senior vice president, MOOZ Entertainment, said in a statement.

Speaking to The Times Of India, GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose stated about performing in India: "I've always wanted to play in India. We've tried to make that happen but for whatever reasons it just didn't work out. We're all looking forward to coming there and performing for everyone." When asked if he plans to travel to places apart from the cities he's performing in, he replied: "That would be great! I'm sure the rest of the guys and crew will visit some other places. If I'm lucky I'll be able to. Mostly I focus on the shows but if I have time I'm excited to explore India."

On Indian spirituality:

Axl: "I'm interested in having a personal, first-hand understanding of spirituality and religion as well as politics and government in India."

On whether he was keen to explore past life regression — which his Wikipedia states he has interest in — seeing as India is regarded as a spiritual haven by many:

Axl: "I'm not sure that what I personally believe or not is really out there publicly. Lots of people say and twist things and have done so over the years for their own purposes based on gossip, hearsay, unsubstantiated media nonsense and even outright lies, especially when money may be involved and/or if they're trying to make problems for others. I do like to explore and consider lots of different concepts, ideologies, belief systems, religions etc, and have an understanding of what others feel, think or believe, but in my opinion, ultimately what one 'believes' is their own business."

On India as a music destination:

Axl: "It does seem like bands or the touring/concert industry is really trying to make an effort to include India in their tours, more so now than in the past which I think is a good thing. With regard to collaborations with Indian artistes, I think there's always the possibility of collaborations anywhere with nearly anyone."


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