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Guns N' Roses at Comerica Theatre on Twitter

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Now that you've checked out our photos and review of last night's Guns N' Roses gig at Comerica Theatre, we've taken to the Twittersphere to find out what you guys thought of the show.

Remember to follow us @phxmusicdotcom and tweet at us to discuss.

@musicloverchick: Well Phoenix? Any comments on the Guns N Roses show last night or did no one go? Geezus, can I get an update or 2, anybody??

Cut us some slack! The show didn't get out till 2, 'ya know? @djashba: GUNS N' ROSES - Phoenix - Tonight! Who's coming!!??

Luckily Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba showed up.

@Sierastantos: Ready to see Fat Axl! (@ Comerica Theatre for Sebastian Bach and Guns N' Roses w/ 36 others)

I thought Axl looked pretty fit. The lack of cornrows helps.

@kenzie_flatt: guys, I hope I get to meet Axel backstage.... hahahah (@ Comerica Theatre for Sebastian Bach and Guns N' Roses)

Did you meet him?

@TheMattAudibert: Guns N Roses tonight at Comerica Theatre. Yep I'll be there rocking out like its 1989

Chinese Democracy came out in 2008, dude.

@jackbnyc: Freebird followed by voodoo child blasting in the lobby leading up to Guns N Roses in phoenix tonight #goodsign

Yeah, we've got some pretty underground radio stations here in Phoenix.

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