Former GUNS N' ROSES Drummer To Appear In ROLLING STONE Magazine

April 23, 2003

Former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler was reportedly interviewed for the next issue of Rolling Stone magazine. In other news, Adler is a confirmed special guest on the POISON/VINCE NEIL summer tour at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Woodlands, Texas on July 19. Also on the Adler front, Steven has apparently expressed an interest to be even more in touch with his fans, so for a limited time, he has set up a public e-mail address ([email protected]) where the fans can contact him personally.

SUKI JONES, the new band featuring Adler, RATT/ex-LOVE/HATE singer Jizzy Pearl, ex-SLASH'S SNAKEPIT guitarist Keri Kelli, FASTER PUSSYCAT guitarist Brent Muscat, and ex-VINCE NEIL/RATT bassist Robbie Crane, have announced the following dates as part of their national tour:

Apr. 30 - The Pound - San Francisco, CA
May 01 - The Edge - Palo Alto, CA
May 02 - The Roadhouse - Sacramento, CA
May 14 - Crocodile Rocks - Allenstown, PA
May 15 - Whiskey Tango - Philadelphia, PA
May 16 – Jaxx - Springfield, VA
May 17 – Vanderbilt - Long Island, New York

(Thanks: The Official Steven Adler Fan Site)

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