Axl Rose Performs GNR Show While Sitting on Dave Grohl's Throne

Axl Rose Performs GNR Show While Sitting on Dave Grohl's Throne
Axl Rose isn't letting a little thing like a broken foot get in the way of Guns N' Roses' hotly anticipated reunion tour. After getting injured at a comeback gig earlier this month in Los Angeles, the band appeared last night (April 8) in Las Vegas, and Rose performed while sitting on a rather familiar looking piece of rock'n'roll furniture: Dave Grohl's throne.

That's right: Rose spent nearly the entire night sitting on the exact same throne that Grohl used last year when he broke his leg. If you remember, Grohl said that he designed the throne while "high as a kite" on painkillers.

During Guns N' Roses' set at T-Mobile Arena in Vegas, the throne had a black cover that obscured the large "FF" logo. At the very end of the gig, the logo was revealed, and Rolling Stone reports that Rose said, "That's a good advertisement."

The above photo comes via Instagram user mckagan_fcbr.

Meanwhile, GNR are continuing with their "Not in This Lifetime Tour," which features Rose alongside long-estranged guitarist Slash and Duff McKagan. See the schedule below; there's no word as to whether Rose will be back on his feet by the time the tour comes to Toronto on July 16. See the schedule below, and scroll past that to watch footage of Rose performing on the throne.

Meanwhile, Fetty Wap's throne is currently going unused as far as we know.

Tour dates:

04/09 Las Vegas, NV - T-Mobile Arena
04/16 Indio, CA - Coachella
04/23 Indio, CA - Coachella
06/23 Detroit, MI - Ford Field
06/26 Washington, DC - FEDEXFIELD
06/29 Kansas City, MO - Arrowhead Stadium
07/01 Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
07/06 Cincinnati, OH - Paul Brown Stadium
07/09 Nashville, TN - Nissan Stadium
07/12 Pittsburgh, PA - Heinz Field
07/14 Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field
07/16 Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
07/19 Foxboro, MA - Gillette Stadium
07/23 East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
07/27 Atlanta, GA - Georgia Dome
07/29 Orlando, FL - Orlando Citrus Bowl
07/31 New Orleans, LA - Mercedes-Benz Superdome
08/03 Arlington, TX - AT&T Stadium
08/05 Houston, TX - NRG Stadium
08/09 San Francisco, CA - AT&T Park
08/12 Seattle, WA - CenturyLink Field
08/15 Glendale, AZ - University of Phoenix Stadium
08/22 San Diego, CA - Qualcomm Stadium