And here’s the man himself from last night, wearing one of the five outfits he donned during the 17-song set (and a two-song encore, neither of which was U.S. Blues). He looks better than he’s looked in recent years, and isn’t standing next to an asshole with a fried chicken bucket on his head, so ten points to Axl.

According to this article in the LA Weekly, Mr. Rose is in fine voice and did not start a riot; he also had a moment with Jim Carrey, who was sitting in the balcony with Nicolas Cage and Andrew “Dice” Clay because Guns ‘n Roses is from Los Angeles and don’t you forget it.