Watch: Guns N’ Roses perform Locomotive live for the first time in nearly 30 years
Guns N’ Roses recently treated their fans in Wichita, Kansas to a deep cut: Locomotive (Complicity), which they haven’t played live in 27 years. Watch footage of the performance above.
The rockers dusted off the track from 1991’s Use Your Illusion II for the 7 October stop at Kansas’ INTRUST Bank Arena. They last played the nine-minute song – one of their longest – live in February 1992.
Thank you Wichita and thank you @bishopgunnmusic (killer!). That was ..er…Loco!
— Duff McKagan (@DuffMcKagan) October 8, 2019
GN’R picked their long-running ‘Not In This Lifetime…’ Tour back up last month for a slate of North American dates. Upcoming tour stops include slots at Austin City Limits, Exit 111 Festival and Voodoo Music Festival. Find dates and tickets here.
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