Karamjeet Singh, Senior Vice President, MOOZ Entertainment said, "MOOZ Entertainment is bringing home the Kings of the Jungle, Guns N' Roses! ....Our effort is to give rock fans in India a full frontal feel of the GN'R experience. In effect what the audience will see and hear is precisely geared to exacting international standards. Karamjeet added, "So welcome to the jungle, come live the legacy."
Guns N' Roses are extremely excited to tour India:
"It has been a life long dream of mine to visit India. I've always been fascinated by it's ancient culture and influential people. To be able to experience some of that while rockin' and rollin' with Guns N' Roses, how awesome is that going to be? I can't wait! For all of the GN'R fans in India, the wait is almost over! See you in December," Dizzy Reed (keyboards)
"There are very few places in the world, left for me to cross off of my "must see before I die" list. India is at the top of that list, so needless to say, I am thrilled that we will be playing there. I've always been fascinated by the culture, the music, the art and films of India. I can't wait!" Richard Fortus (guitar).
"I've wanted to go to India since the first time I saw the James Bond movie Octopussy!!!! I'm totally looking forward to it!" Tommy Stinson (bass).
"I'm sooooo looking forward to coming to India!! To experience the culture, meet the fans and make new friends. And the food... I'm a 'hot pepper junkie', and you guys know about *hot* - ah yeah, I'm soooo ready :) Thank you for having us!" Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal (guitar).
"Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that i would be playing a concert in India. I am truly fortunate and can't wait to see the Indian people go crazy for GN'R," Frank Ferrer (drums).
"I am looking forward to performing for the beautiful people of India! This has been a lifetime dream of mine. Together we are going to create a party that people will talk about for years to come!" Dj Ashba (guitar).
Fernando Lebeis, manager, "We are thrilled to finally have GN'R in India and know the fans have waited many years to see them live."