By Kim Dumo, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The nine-day cordial of music known as Rock in Rio has come to an end, and the final figures are staggering. It gathered 700,000 people at the City of Rock, and defended its title as one of the largest festivals of music in the world. Globally, an estimated seventy million people were affected by Rock in Rio’s pervasive circulation on the Internet, and some 200 countries watched the artists live on YouTube.
Guns N’ Roses had the honor . . .