One look at the music industry and the complete decimation of album sales may prove the reunion rumor may possibly develop into a realistic Guns ‘N’ Roses reunion tour. Nobody know the finances of a Slash or an Axel Rose, but it’s pretty easy to see that Guns ‘N’ Roses CD sales are not what they were in the eighties and nineties. Trumping decisions of artistic intent, will always be the factor of economics. Simply put, if for some reason the former stars of Guns ‘N’ Roses are not making the money they did in their heyday, a Guns ‘N’ Roses reunion tour may possibly eventually happen.
And speaking of Trump, Slash was asked what he thought of the billionaire’s run for the Presidency of the United States. Slash responded, “It has been a circus.” Slash also seemed to praise Trump a bit calling him “not your typical politician full of B.S.” But seemingly keeping a realistic perspective on the Trump run, Slash also called Trump “tenacious and entertaining.”
Regardless of the Guns N’ Roses possible reunion, Slash will be starting his North American tour on September 24th 2015 in support of his recent CD “World on Fire.” Wonder if Slash will be announcing any special guest at some shows.
Update on Guns N’ Roses reunion tour 2015
The change in the official Guns N’ Roses logo on their official website has fueled more speculation that their may be actual plans for the Guns N’ Roses reunion tour we have all been talking about most recently. The official Guns’N’ Roses website has changed the Guns ‘N’ Roses logo back to the original band’s logo. The rumors are that Guns N’ Roses reunion tour will be performing at the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival, which takes places annually in April in Indio, California. The lineup for that show will be announced on January 5th 2015. This could be the announcement that finally turns rumors into reality and brings us Guns N’ Roses reunion tour we have all been waiting for.
 Slash, Interview on Aftonbladget TV, August 21 2015. Sweden