WATCH: Guns 'N' Roses Play "Dead Horse" for the First Time Since the '90s

Axl Rose (L) and Slash of Guns N' Roses perform in concert during weekend one of the 2019 ACL Fest at Zilker Park on October 4, 2019 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Gary Miller/Getty Images)
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Guns N' Roses fans in Oklahoma City were treated to a rare performance of a deep cut from 1991's Use Your Illusion I. The moment happened last night (Oct. 23) at the Chesapeake Energy Arena during the band's current Not in This Lifetime reunion tour. It was the first time "Dead Horse" had been trotted out since a 1993 gig in Argentina. Watch a video of GNR reviving the song in Oklahoma City below.

Axl Rose and company have been pulling out deep cuts throughout the current tour, dropping in tracks like "Out Ta Get Me" and "Locomotive" at various dates. They've also been sprinkling cover tunes into some sets, including The Who ("The Seeker"), Glen Campbell ("Wichita Lineman") and Soundgarden ("Black Hole Sun").

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