Watch Dave Grohl rocking out in audience at Guns N' Roses' Las Vegas gig
Guns N' Roses frontman performed the gig from the "rock throne" previously used by Grohl
Guy Eppel/NME Pic: Guy Eppel/NME Nick Levine, 14th April 2016 Dave Grohl was spotted enjoying himself at the first of Guns N' Roses' two Las Vegas gigs last week.
A brief fan-made video shows the Foo Fighters frontman nodding his head to the beat of the reunited rock band, who are now missing just one original member, Izzy Stradlin. Scroll down to watch.
Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose performed the Las Vegas gigs from a "rock throne" previously used by Grohl after he injured his foot during the band's first reunion gig in Los Angeles on April Fool's Day. He has since thanked Grohl on Twitter for lending him the throne.
"HUGE THANK YOU to Dave Grohl for the use of his rock Throne!" Rose wrote. "An amazing gesture!Words rn't enough!! Makes all the difference up there!"
HUGE THANK YOU to Dave Grohl for the use of his rock Throne! An amazing gesture!Words rn't enough!! Makes all the difference up there!
— Axl Rose (@axlrose) April 10, 2016
The reunited Guns N' Roses played two warm-up shows at Las Vegas's T-Mobile Arena last week ahead of their sets at US festival Coachella later this month (April). They have also announced a 20-date North American summer tour beginning in June, though shows outside of North America have yet to be confirmed.
Last month (March) it was reported that Guns N' Roses are working on new music. However, this has yet to be commented on by the band.