It's hard enough for an opening act on a big tour to deal with an impatient audience; imagine what it's like to also get dissed publicly by the headliner, specifically, Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses!

That's exactly the situation Eagles of Death Metal leader Jesse Hughes found himself in after the first show of a planned 15-date trek supporting GN'R on Nov. 24, 2006. Although he admits the audience wasn't into his band at first, he felt things "had become 'Paradise City'" by the end. Apparently, Rose didn't share this view, later asking the crowd how they liked the "Pigeons of S--- Metal" and promising the band would never share the stage with him again. True to his word, the Eagles of Death Metal were off the tour the next day.

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