10:22 AM / Posted by metallic sucker and moslem militan /

Video footage of GUNS N' ROSES' March 30, 2010 performance at Parque Jaime Duque in Bogota, Colombia can be viewed below. Also available is footage of the band's singer, Axl Rose, walking around the city earlier in the day.

The band's setlist was as follows:

01. Chinese Democracy
02. Welcome To The Jungle
03. It's So Easy
04. Mr. Brownstone
05. Sorry
06. Better
07. Richard Fortus Guitar Solo (James Bond Theme)
08. Live And Let Die
09. If The World
10. Rocket Queen
11. Jam
12. Dizzy Reed Piano Solo (Ziggy Stardust) / Street Of Dreams
13. Jam
14. You Could Be Mine
15. DJ Ashba Guitar Solo / Sweet Child O' Mine
16. Jam (Another Brick In The Wall: Part 2) / Axl Piano Solo (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road / Someone Saved My Life Tonight) / November Rain
17. Bumblefoot Guitar Solo (Pink Panther)
18. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
19. Jam
20. Nightrain


21. Madagascar
22. Whole Lotta Rosie
23. Patience
24. Paradise City

As previously reported, Axl Rose is being sued by his former manager for nearly $2 million dollars in unpaid commissions, according to the Associated Press. Front Line Management, led by music industry powerhouse Irving Azoff, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles on March 25, claiming that Rose owes the company $1.9 million, or 15 percent of the more than $12 million that Rose has earned from performances in Europe, Canada and South America, based on an oral agreement.

Azoff, considered one of the most powerful men in music, has managed the careers of artists such as the EAGLES and VAN HALEN, and at one point handled the affairs of Rose's former GUNS bandmates in VELVET REVOLVER.

He is widely credited with pushing Rose to finally complete and release the 2008 GUNS album "Chinese Democracy" after a 15-year delay.

Rose parted ways with Azoff at some point in the last year and claims he is now handled by Doc McGhee, a veteran rock manager whose clients over the years have included KISS, BON JOVI and MÖTLEY CRÜE. However, KISS frontman Paul Stanley recently told Classic Rock magazine that McGhee is in fact not managing Rose nor GUNS N' ROSES.

The eccentric singer has not yet commented publicly on the lawsuit.



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