Carrie Underwood teams up with Axl Rose for ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ performance
The ‘Guns N’ Roses’ frontman and Carrie Underwood perform together during a stop on her latest tour.
Carrie Underwood and ‘Guns N’ Roses’ frontman, Axl Rose team up musically yet again, this time for a stop on the country singers ‘Denim & Rhinestones Tour.’ During Underwood’s stop at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, she brought out the band member for a duet of ‘Guns N’ Roses’ song ‘Welcome to the Jungle.’
Soon after the show Monday night, Underwood celebrated their collaboration by posting pictures of the two performing on Instagram. The country singer posted ten photos shot by Jeff Johnson, her tour photographer.
“I’m the luckiest girl in the world… Thanks, Axl, for showing up, once again, to make the great times even better! It’ll forever feel like it was all a dream, but these dreams are my favorite ones!” The ‘Before he cheats’ singer wrote.
Underwood is a longtime fan of the rock band and typically plays a cover of ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ as her first encore song every night of the tour so far.
“Los Angeles...I wanna hear you make some noise for Axl Rose,” Underwood is heard saying in a video of the performance, as she rises up from under the stage.
This isn’t the first time Rose and Underwood have collaborated on music together. Previously the two performed together at Underwood’s Stagecoach Festival appearance in Indio, California in May of 2022.
During the Stagecoach set the two performed ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ and ‘Paradise City.’ Underwood has also performed at two of Rose’s band shows throughout 2022 at the Tottenham Hotspur Arena in London, England.
Other guest performances
The ‘Cowboy Cassanova’ singer isn’t afraid to bring along her favorite musicians on tour. The country music singer-songwriter Jimmie Allen also appeared at Underwood’s Monday night show.
Allen has joined Underwood as a special guest at a number of shows so far throughout her tour and continues to do so. In the past, Underwood has performed with various rock legends like Joan Jett and Ozzy Osbourne.
Underwood’s ‘Demin & Rhinestones’ tour concludes this month at Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena