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Guns N’ Roses To Broadcast Two Live Concerts

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Guns N’ Roses and iClips are giving fans of the band a chance to watch their live show for less than it cost to buy their most recent album ‘Chinese Democracy.’ Tonight’s (Dec. 21) show in Los Angeles, and next Friday’s (Dec. 30) show in Las Vegas will both be streamed live.

Stops along the North American tour have made news recently as Axl Rose and company have included songs that were seemingly forgotten by the soon-to-be Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. Tracks from ‘Use Your Illusion II’ like ‘Civil War’ and ‘Estranged’ have peppered recent set lists. There have been guest appearances, and even an occasional fan getting tossed from the arena.

Tickets are on sale for both shows now through iClips.net. Get both nights for $14.99, or just one night for $9.99. They’ll knock a couple of bucks off the the Dec. 30 show if you order in advance. Perhaps the best part is that each performance will be available to stream for 24 hours following each show.

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