Axl Rose Says He’s Working With A Vocal Coach To Fix Sound Issues
Guns N’ Roses lead singer Axl Rose recently posted a tweet to clarify his current health condition and what he was doing to recover for himself and their longtime fans as soon as possible. Rose expressed his appreciation for their fans’ endless love and support throughout this process.
GN’R’s We’re F’N Back Tour started on January 31, 2020, in Miami, and it was impossible to continue because of the COVID-19 outbreak, which was a great danger to public health. The band could continue their concerts on July 31, 2021, in Hershey, and Wolfgang Van Halen’s Mammoth WVH performed as their supporting act. The tour will end on December 10, 2022, but the fans had many concerns about the frontman.
During the live performances, the people that attended them revealed that Rose had lost his voice by questioning whether he could turn the good old days or not as a famous person for his iconic vocals. After these comments, an announcement became another proof of this criticism; Guns N’ Roses stated that they had to cancel their Glasgow show on July 5, 2022, due to an unknown medical issue and follow the doctor’s advice.
Although they didn’t give specific details, the fans were sure it was about the singer’s voice, and Axl Rose’s latest statement confirmed that claim. On his Twitter account, Rose thanked everyone for their good wishes and kind words, along with saying sorry about the canceled Glasgow gig. He highlighted that he’s getting rest, teaming with a vocal coach, and working on their sound issues by adding that he was doing his best for them.
Here’s what Rose wrote in his tweet:
“I’d like to thank everyone for their good wishes! It’s greatly appreciated! We apologize for the inconvenience of postponing Glasgow. I’ve been following Dr.’s orders, getting rest, working with a vocal coach, and sorting out our sound issues. Seems good so far. Thanks again for everyone’s concern! At the end of the day, it’s about giving you, the fans, the best of ourselves and the best time we can give you, and that’s all. I, the band, and the crew are focused on. See you in Munich!”
You can check out the tweet below.
— Axl Rose (@axlrose) July 7, 2022