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1992.01.14 - Erwin-Nutter Center, Dayton, USA

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1992.01.14 - Erwin-Nutter Center, Dayton, USA

Post by Soulmonster on Wed Aug 22, 2012 11:42 pm

January 14, 1992.

Erwin-Nutter Center.

Dayton, OH, USA.

01. Nightrain
02. Mr. Brownstone
03. It's So Easy
04. Attitude
05. So Fine
06. Welcome to the Jungle
07. Live and Let Die
08. Double Talkin' Jive
09. Civil War
10. Patience
11. You Could Be Mine
12. Move to the City
13. Rocket Queen
14. Sweet Child O'Mine
15. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
16. Paradise City

Axl Rose (vocals), Gilby Clarke (rhythm guitarist), Slash (lead guitarist), Duff McKagan (bass), Dizzy Reed
(keyboards) and Matt Sorum (drums).

Axl slices his hand open on a sharp part of his microphone stand during 'It's So Easy.' Slash talks to the crowd while Axl is getting medical attention. Slash & Gilby then jam on guitar and then the band plays 'So Fine.' When Axl returns, he misinterprets what Slash had told the crowd and calls Slash a "punk motherfucker!" To which Slash replies "I'll kick your fucking ass!" The band then breaks into 'Welcome To The Jungle' before tempers flare even further. Before 'Sweet Child O' Mine,' Axl apologizes to the crowd, saying they're gonna cut the set short a few songs so he can get stitches on his hand.

Next concert: 1992.01.21.
Previous concert: 1992.01.13.
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Re: 1992.01.14 - Erwin-Nutter Center, Dayton, USA

Post by Blackstar on Sun Apr 22, 2018 8:56 am

It happened at the beginning of the set and he made it through the whole show. It was making everybody nervous. I didn't want anything to happen to the hand. I just wanted him to get it checked out to make sure it was OK. He was a trooper. [Star Tribune, January 21, 1992]
We had a run-in in Dayton [Ohio], because both myself and Dougie thought [Slash] said something shitty to me onstage. That was the night I cut my hand to the bone. Backstage we have monitors much like the ones onstage, and while I was back there dealing with my hand, I thought I heard him take a potshot at me. I wrapped my hand up in a towel and was like, "Let's get it taken care of, so I can finish the show." I came back onstage and was a dick to him and told him I'd kick his f?!king ass in front of 20,000 people. That was f?!ked up. I was wrong, and I apologized the second I realized I was mistaken. Someone who is supporting me as strongly as he does is a hand I never want to bite. [RIP Magazine, September 1992]

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Re: 1992.01.14 - Erwin-Nutter Center, Dayton, USA

Post by Blackstar on Sun Jan 20, 2019 8:41 am

Dayton Daily News, January 16, 1992

Rose’s injury puts thorn in 2nd Guns’ concert

By Dave Larsen

Guns N’ Roses ended its second concert at Wright State University’s Ervin J. Nutter Center early Tuesday night after singer Axl Rose cut his hand on a broken microphone stand.

The show, which started at 11:40 p.m. and ended at 1:45 a.m., was 35 minutes shorter than the band’s
Monday night performance, which started at 12:25 a.m. Tuesday and ended at 3:05 a.m.

“I apologize,” Rose told the crowd of 11,037. “We’re going to play a few more songs and go so I can get some stitches.”

Rose broke his microphone stand and cut his thumb early in the show, but had continued the performance wearing a red bandage on his right hand. He was attended to by a doctor that was on-call backstage at the Nutter Center during the concert.'

The number of stitches Rose required was not made available.

There were unconfirmed reports Wednesday that Guns N’ Roses would either cancel or postpone its two performances scheduled for Friday and Saturday at the Palace of Auburn Hills, a 20,000-seat facility that serves the Detroit market, because of Rose’s injury.

“We have no official word on that at this point in time,” said Palace manager Thomas D. Trzos, who was aware of Rose’s injury and the possibility of it affecting this weekend’s concerts. “At this point in time we have shows scheduled, until we’re told otherwise,” he said.

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