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Guns n' Roses tribute band play Cirencester

Guns 'n Roses tribute band, Bad Obsession will perform their energy-packed show at The Corn Hall, Cirencester, on Friday January 27th.

Bad Obsession are arguably the most accurate and best-loved Guns N' Roses tribute band in the UK. Through amazing talent, a stunning live show and a hard schedule of rigorous touring, the band has successfully captivated audiences night after night.
Widely regarded by fans, music critics and venue owners alike as one of the UK's top professional touring bands, Bad Obsession continually play at premier live music venues and headline many outdoor events and rallies throughout Europe.

Playing all the greatest hits from Mr Brownstone and Paradise City to Welcome to the Jungle and Sweet Child O’Mine, this band looks and acts in every way like the real members of Guns n' Roses.

Cotswold District Council's Events Officer Rik Husdan said: 'These guys pay perfect attention to detail and have truly mastered the style of their heroes. Put simply … if you want Guns n Roses, get Bad Obsession!'

Tickets are available now priced £9 in advance from Cirencester Visitor Information Centre on 01285 654180 or Swindon Visitor Information Centre on 01793 530328 or £11 on the door.

Doors open 8.15pm for 8.45pm performance

Posted : 04/01/2006 16:27:26

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