Friendly rock ‘n’ roll ambassador Dave Grohl seems to show up everywhere iconic rockers are within sniffing distance. Last night that meant appearing onstage with Guns N’ Roses at Tulsa’s BOK Center, where the Foo Fighter strapped on a guitar for a run through “Paradise City.” It was a largely ceremonial guest spot, but it … More »
Billy Joel hasn’t released a new album of pop music since 1993’s River Of Dreams, and he hasn’t released any pop songs since the two tracks that he dropped in 2007. But earlier this year, Joel said he was working on a song with the pop star Pink, not exactly the first person you’d … More »
Somewhere there’s a Venn diagram theorizing the fanbase overlap between Axl Rose and Virgil Abloh, and Guns N’ Roses’ newly announced Los Angeles pop-up shop is out here to find it. “Guns N’ Roses Was Here” opens at L.A. boutique Maxfield for one week beginning this Friday (August 11). The shop will offer merchandise inspired … More »
Appetite For Destruction turns 30 today. If you’re a fan of rock music, it doesn’t really matter when you were born — that’s bound to make you feel old, whether you were a teenager in 1987 or whether that album served as a hand-me-down gateway drug 10 or 15 years later. You could look at … More »
Last year, when the original Guns N’ Roses frontline of Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan reunited for the Not In This Lifetime tour, many of us imagined an absolute flaming disaster. That is not what we got. The newly retooled GN’R turned out to be a model of professionalism. Once the most unreliable … More »
Guns N’ Roses closed out their Latin American tour in Mexico City last night, and they treated fans to a massive Donald Tr*mp-shaped piñata to, er, pulverize. Axl Rose invited a select few audience members onstage to bat at the swinging figure while the crowd looked on and shouted “puto!” ICYMI, Tr*mp once said that … More »
When Skrillex was announced as the support act for one of the shows on the Guns N’ Roses reunion tour, reception was lukewarm, to say the least.
While the crowd was decidedly mild through the entirety of Skrillex’ set – which he worked on for a full week on mind you – both artists probably won’t be too disturbed when Billboard‘s Boxscore revealed that that single show earned over $6 million dollars (gross sales).
The precise box-office payout came to $6,166,657, some of which will need to be divvied among managers, artists, etc. but it’s more than likely that they all recouped a fair bit more from merchandise sales.
Stream a clip of Skrillex’ set below and see how much the rest of the tour made on Boxscore here.
This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Find Out How Much Skrillex & Guns N’ Roses Made At Their Show
When Guns N’ Roses announced their plans to reunite the classic lineup except for Steven Adler and Izzy Stradlin for a North American tour, we knew a lot of it was to generate more income for the band members. On Billboard’s Boxscore it reveals that the Guns N’ Roses reunion tour has raked in an
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