The litigious Axl Rose is attempting to settle one of his numerous lawsuits out of court.

Rose and his former manager, legendary music business figure Irving Azoff, are less than two weeks away from a potentially very costly courtroom appearance. However, sources at BHCourier.com report that the singer and Azoff are trying to settle out of court via a third-party mediator.

Azoff is seeking nearly $2 million in unpaid commissions from the time that he represented the temperamental Guns N' Roses frontman, while Rose accuses Azoff of deliberately sabotaging the band and its tours, and is seeking compensation for lost income. Rose and Azoff will reportedly sit down to talk on April 25th. If they cannot settle their differences at that time, they will go to court the very next day.

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