Guns N’ Roses’ classic lineup reunion tour, “Not in This Lifetime… Tour” started on April 1, 2016. The band earned $480 milion from that tour.

During the recent interview with Stuff, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash expressed his feelings about that tour, 2 years after they started. He said:

“Man, I can’t believe it. This tour has spanned two whole years, and now we only have five more gigs. It’s crazy! It all started out with us agreeing to do just one show, then turned into this whole huge thing.

What can I tell you, man? It’s been a gas. I was the last person you’d expect to rejoin this band if you’d talked to me a couple years ago, but it’s been one of the most amazing experiences I ever had. Just so much f…ing fun, you know?”

Interviewer added:

“Huge, is right. Guns N’ Roses’ current monster tour began on April Fool’s Day in 2016, reuniting the fractious core trio – Slash, Axl Rose, Duff McKagan- for the first time since 1993.

We can safely assume Slash is now richer than many small countries; this is the fourth-highest grossing concert tour in history, hauling in US$480 million so far.”

Click here to entire interview.