GM Place general manager Harvey Jones said Tuesday he had no confirmation that Axl Rose’s private plane had left L.A. when the decision was made to cancel the Guns N’ Roses concert at 7:30 p.m. on November 7th. “It was cancelled after discussions with all the parties,” Jones said. “In my view the cancellation of the show was the right thing to have happened at that time, given the circumstances and where he was. He wouldn’t have been here on time. We don’t know for sure exactly when he left, and we don’t know how long it was going to take him to get through Customs and get to the building and how long it would have taken him to prepare to get up on the stage. But if all of that had gone perfectly he was still going to be too late to be able to perform.” Canada.com has since removed the article.
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