Guns N’ Roses reunion could see the band make $100 million

Guns and Roses on 12/19/87 in Chicago, Il. (Photo by Paul Natkin/WireImage)

Alternative Nation reports that if the classic line-up of Guns N’ Roses were to reunite, the band could earn $100 million.

Universal Studios theme park boss, and Slash’s friend, John Murdy, recently told The Daily Mirror that Guns N’ Roses members Axl Rose and Slash have indeed been talking.

He said: “I know that Slash and Axl talking again is a really good sign.”

Promoters also told The Daily Mirror that a Guns N’ Roses reunion tour could make band members an estimated $100 million (£65 million pounds).

“A world tour, re-issued CDs and new material rockets that figure easily.”

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Written by Robyn Morrison


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  1. It will be interesting to see if it will happen or just all talk, as long as their egos are kept in the cupboard who knows, saw them a few years ago @ a massive outdoor festival during the Use Your Illusion
    world tour with around 85,000 people quite good too @ that time with Skid Row @ the height of their career, the concert finished @ around 11:30 pm and it took me 2 hours to find my car!! but we got there in the end.

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