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Appetite for Destruction, the ultimate Guns N’ Roses experience, have been performing the music of Guns N’ Roses for fifteen years, selling out venues throughout the northeast. They have twice performed on the same bill as ex-G N’ R guitarist Gilby Clarke, with current G N’ R keyboardist Dizzy Reed, and headlined at BB King’s for five consecutive years. Appetite delivers the definitive Guns N’ Roses show, performing all the hit singles, rock radio staples, and G N’ R fan favorites with acute attention to detail, both visually and aurally. Their catalog of Guns N’ Roses songs is unsurpassed, as is their decade and a half career of bringing G N’ R to the masses. You may not get to see the classic Guns N’ Roses lineup live, but you can surely get your Guns and satisfy your appetite for all things G N’ R with Appetite for Destruction. www.gnrtribute.com
Sounds Like: Guns N' Roses, Motley Crue, Steel Panther, Slash
Bio: The true blue, time tested, road rashed, mother of all Guns N' Roses tributes, NotQuiteGNR (or Appetite For Destruction), is the only fulltime touring GNR tribute. Starting originally in 2001, they never cease to amaze fellow Guns N Roses enthusiasts with spot on authenticity. Having always been ...See Full Bio
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“For the last eight years, Chad Atkins has groomed stubble, tied a bandanna around his noggin and donned a kilt to become NotQuiteAxl, faux-banshee frontman for Guns N’ Roses tribute band Appetite for Destruction. Considering Axl Rose’s public feuds with Dr Pepper, reluctance to tour and recently released 13-years-in-the-making epic Chinese Democracy, it’s a prime time to be in the business of ActualAxl mimicry. Then again, with no more Slash in the band (replaced by a guy with a fast-food container on his head) and arcane new tunes, things could get a lot more complicated. We chatted with Atkins before his Raleigh, North Carolina, apers coheadline a gig with AC/DC tribute Back in Black.”