GUNS N’ ROSES singer Axl Rose would prefer you get your shaky concert bootlegs the old-fashioned way and keep drones away from the band’s concerts.
Axl recently posted his unpleasurable views toward drones at live performances to his official Twitter account.
The tweet reads: “Had a few drones this leg. Last night (Gold Coast, Australia) was probably the most intrusive. Was a bit of a distraction as obviously someone thought it was just ok to be doing that but also it coming that close in front of the stage and then actually over n’ on stage.
According to the police it happens more often than not lately especially with sporting events. It’s not something we’re all that used to. A lot of impulse reactions went thru everyone’s minds that after thinking about it (which when ur live there’s really no time to really sort things out like that) didn’t make much sense.
People were pissed. However much fun anyone’s having ur still trying to stay focused n’ do ur job n’ give the fans the best show u can. Anyway… we get it can be “fun” to get ur drone bootleg vid but we’d appreciate it if anyone planning to be a drone pirate took the fans n’ the band into consideration n’ played w/ur toys somewhere else. Big thank you in advance! 👍 😎”
GUNS N’ ROSES just played the 27,500-capacity Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia last night (November 24) as they continue their current tour of the continent before heading off to New Zealand.