By Dexter Keyton, EnStarz | Oct 25, 2012 12:28 PM EDT
Axl Rose may not have done a live television interview in over a decade, but last night he decided to break that streak.
The frontman for the legendary rock bank Guns N' Roses appeared on Wednesday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
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During the interview, Rose talked about everything from his problems with punctuality, his Halloween tree and who he leans toward being our nation's next president.
"Are you a voter?" asked Kimmel reading a question from a viewer.
Rose responded: "Uh... I haven't really voted. Well, I'm in California, and it usually leans Democratic, and that's usually where I'm leaning anyway. And that's usually where I'm leaning anyway."
The rocker then went on to talking about his endorsement, "I would lean Democrat. I would lean Obama."
The occasion that brought Rose to attend Kimmel's show is the 12-day residency Guns N' Roses is having at the Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel and Casino promoted as "Appetite for Democracy."
Kimmel pointed out that the title of Rose's October residency is a little strange as the rocker said he doesn't think voting is something that important to him.
The host joked, "This could make a great 'Rock the Vote' commercial right here."
According to Rolling Stones, the band will be rocking the hotel and casino, playing songs from their albums that range from "Appetite for Destruction" from 1987 to the more recent "Chinese Democracy" in 2008.
This isn't the only big thing Rose is working on.
On Wednesday, fans were able to talk with Neil Young live on Twitter and one asked the veteran rocker if he was going to work with Rose.
"Axl and I are doing a world tour together #askneil," replied Young.
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