|By Doug Miller/GunsNRoses.com
The Guns N' Roses 2007 trek through Australia ended on a very high note with two sold-out shows in Sydney at the Acer Arena this past weekend.
Over 10,000 fans attended each concert, and as an added bonus, at each show GN'R performed the Rose Tattoo classic "Nice Boys (Don't Play Rock N' Roll)" with none other than Angry Anderson.
With Axl and Angry trading off verses and singing the choruses together, it was truly a magical jam with scorching sonic energy coming off the stage -- the proverbial icing on the cake for an amazing series of concerts. To celebrate, GN'R threw an after-party at a Sydney night club called Ruby Rabbit that did not end until long after the sun came up.
The next stop on the tour is Auckland, New Zealand, with two shows -- Friday, June 29, and Saturday, June 30 -- at the Vector Arena. Guns N' Roses have one last performance Down Under on July 3 in Christchurch, New Zealand, before heading to Japan.