The band brought back 'Used To Love Her' and 'Out Ta Get Me' at Coachella this weekend
The reunited Guns N’ Roses switched up their live show over the weekend by adding a couple more classic tracks to their setlist.
The (nearly) classic lineup of the band played ‘Appetite For Destruction’ track ‘Out Ta Get To Me’ for the first time since 1992 during their second Coachella headline set on Saturday night (April 23) and played ‘Used To Love Her’ from ‘G N’ R Lies’ for the first time 1993.
Watch fan-shot footage of both songs below.
Guns N’ Roses’ second Coachella headline set was their last scheduled live appearance before they begin their full North American tour this summer. The tour runs from June 23 to August 22, but dates outside of North America have yet to be announced.
It has also been confirmed that frontman Axl Rose is to perform with AC/DC as lead singer for the remainder of their tour, replacing Brian Johnson, who has been advised by doctors to stop touring if he wants to save his hearing.
AC/DC currently have 12 European live dates booked in for May and June, including two UK shows: London’s Olympic Stadium on June 4 and Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on June 9, before the GnR American tour gets underway.