51 shane kislack 1 week ago Although I'm glad I was there for these, the most disappointing shows I've seen were the two GNR shows.1st at Starplex outdoor arena in Dallas 1991. Skid Row (were great) opened and then we sat for over two hours while Axl must have been whining about something in the back. We WERE treated to many young women baring their breasts for the cameras broadcasting on the giant monitors on the the sides of the stage. (I hear that's frowned upon now days) I was a senior in high school and GNR were my favorite band of all time. The band sounded terrible and Rose's voice was so off key it hurt your ears (Rose blamed the sound on damaged equipment from the Riot at the previous concert). He started the show threatening to leave for any reason and was just generally in a bad mood. They started so late, they only ended up playing 15 songs before they had to get off stage. Oddly enough, my wife (whom I'd meet 7 years later was also at that show somewhere). MTV even did a short news clip on it. https://vimeo.com/308887157Next, a few buddies and I drove to Houston to see them with Soundgarden. It was OUR senior trip. We had a blast making the trip, unequalled memories. This should have been a great concert, but Soundgarden was SO LOUD and MUDDY you literally could not distinguish individual notes and sometimes couldn't even recognize the song. I'm sure they were great...just couldn't hear it. GNR late again but generally in a better mood when they hit the stage. Again, Axl was out of key (this must have been before IEs) so bad that it ruined the songs. The experience was great and I don't want to forget either show, but I think the idea of the thread is bad performances?On another note, I saw Billy Idol shortly after his motorcycle accident. He played the show on crutches and killed it. Given this, no excuse for the other bands.