Three-Fifths Of Classic GUNS N' ROSES Lineup Reunited: Video Available

September 26, 2003

A video of three-fifths of the classic GUNS N' ROSES lineup -— drummer Steven Adler, along with guitarists Slash and Izzy Stradlin — performing the GNR classic "Mr. Brownstone" at the Key Club in Hollywood, California last Sunday (September 21) has been posted online in Windows Media format at this location. The occasion, which marked the first time that the three former GUNS N' ROSES members performed together since appearing at Farm Aid on April 7, 1990, was a concert by SUKI JONES, a band made up of Adler, Brent Muscat of FASTER PUSSYCAT and assorted former RATT members. Other tracks performed during the brief reunion were "Paradise City", and "Knockin' On Heaven's Door".

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