The hard rockers from LA are on the road again. Axl and Slash have patched up their differences and fans all over the world are ready to welcome them back. The band that began their surprisingly long run with “Appetite for Destruction” has a lot more to say. Bad boys, even among rock’s baddest, Guns N Roses are on a long tour that includes Australia, Japan, and South America, including gigs in Peru and Brazil. It’s not the 80s anymore, but they are still here, and refusing to give in to age and infirmity--with high energy shows and new songs still coming and coming. The fans are still hungry for their edgy sound and over-the-top stage antics.
Rockerteeshits.com is ready for the renewed demand for Guns N Roses rock n roll apparel and a slew of tees that are bold, garish, and demand attention. After they made their mark in the 80s and 90s, it seemed the band might implode but they managed to reunite, giving their many hard-core fans their trademark sound with the snarl of heavy metal, the stamina of punk with a tip of a Slash top hat to old school acts like AC-DC, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, and Queen—and even older old school rockers like new Nobel Prize winner, Bob Dylan, and Beatle Sir Paul McCartney who G n R covered on Bob’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” and Wings’ “Live and Let Die.” Music Memorabilia from the younger Rock Hall of Famers, a band that survived chaos and lived to tell the tale, is waiting for you at rockersteeshirts.com. You’ll find them here in collections from photography to t-shirts. Have a look and get hooked!