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Red Zeppelin’s Corner:  Guns-n-Roses crowd gets rowdy/Aerosmith’s Joe Perry feeling better

Red Zeppelin’s Corner: Guns-n-Roses crowd gets rowdy/Aerosmith’s Joe Perry feeling better

Photo by:  Katarina Benzova

At least 30 people were arrested at Guns N’ Roses concert Saturday night at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, according to police.

Those arrested were charged with a variety of crimes, including drug possession, lewd conduct, simple assault and resisting arrest. One New Jersey woman apparently took it to the extreme and was charged with aggravated assault on a police officer, according to officials.

On a happier note, the band celebrated Slash‘s 51st birthday during Saturday’s show, with Axl Roseacknowledging the occasion toward the end of the show, before Slash took his spotlight for his guitar solo.

The band played a second show at the venue Sunday night.  (NBC New York)
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Twelve days after collapsing backstage during a show in Brooklyn, New York, Joe Perry was back on stage with the Hollywood Vampires Friday night in Rohnert Park, California.

While sources close to the tour tell us it was a combination of dehydration and exhaustion that took Perry down, there has yet to be an official announcement of what caused him to leave the stage and seek medical assistance. And nothing was said or made of Perry’s absence at Friday’s show. Afterwards, as if it was all nothing, he posted on Facebook, “Thank you Rohnert Park … cool vibe and great crowd.”

The tour hit Oregon on Saturday before moving down the coast to Saratoga, California on Sunday. The final show of the tour is Monday in Paso Robles, California.

Perry will be back on the road in September and October with Aerosmith in South and Central America.