Turning off the lights on GunsN'Roses and Dave Grohl, really? It happened

Can you imagine your boss telling you to turn off the lights on two rock legends performing a hit song in front of a rabid audience? Did that guy think about quitting his job that day, did he run for the hills? That's what happened at the Bottlerock Festival in Napa Valley, California. Guns n' Roses were joined by Dave Grohl for an encore of 'Paradise City' when they bumped up against the 10pm curfew. Out go the lights! The band kept playing, the audience kept singing (and booing) and in true Axel form, he threw down the microphone, bowed and walked off. That would've made it worth the price of admission! But for once I think Axel's anger was justified. Not cool man. Here's pro show video https://www.blabbermouth.net/news/watch-pro-shot-video-of-guns-n-roses-and-dave-grohl-performing-paradise-city-at-bottlerock/

2016 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival - Weekend 2 - Day 2

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