ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA Reunites; VELVET REVOLVER, ZZ TOP Members Jam At 'Battleground Earth' Show

ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA, the band featuring MTLEY CRE drummer Tommy Lee, guitarist Gilby Clarke (ex-GUNS N' ROSES), vocalist Lukas Rossi and bassist Johnny Colt (BLACK CROWES, TRAIN), reunited for a May 28 performance at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles at a benefit concert for the reforestation of Griffith Park, which was devastated by recent wildfires. This event was filmed for a televised broadcast. Other guests that performed include SWITCHFOOT, TRAIN with THE DOORS guitarist Robby Krieger, BLUE MAN GROUP with special guest Ziggy Marley, members of VELVET REVOLVER with ZZ TOP's Billy Gibbons, BOWLING FOR SOUP with TWISTED SISTER's Dee Snider and more.

Check out fan-filmed video footage below. Photos from the event can be found at Wire Image.

As previously reported, Tommy Lee and hip hop superstar Chris "Ludacris" Bridges star in "Battleground Earth", a reality competition that features the duo battling against the toxic forces destroying mother earth as they travel across the country on a 10-episode tour. The series premieres in August 2008.

ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA's self-titled debut album was released on November 21, 2006.

Slash, Duff McKagan, Dave Kushner, Tommy Lee and Billy Gibbons performing "La Grange":

ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA performing "Fuse":

ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA performing "Be Yourself":

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