The "Bad Boys of Metal" tour, featuring Kevin DuBrow of QUIET RIOT, Jani Lane of WARRANT, Steven Adler of GUNS 'N ROSES and BANG TANGO, kicked off Thursday (July 29) in Santa Ana, CA. According to a posting on The Official Steven Adler Fansite, "BANG TANGO opened the show with a set of new and old tunes. Moments before he hit the stage, Steven did an interview with the hot and beautiful Jasmin St. Claire. It will be featured in an upcoming film documentary about the '80s metal scene. Then it was showtime! The band tore through a set of GNR classics with BANG TANGO's Joe Leste contributing powerful vox! Jani Lane rocked the house after, playing such great songs as 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'. Kevin DuBrow's blazing set closed the evening, complete with the heavy metal gems he is famous for (including a moving rendition of 'Thunderbird'!)! Providing guitar and bass the entire night was Alex Rossi on guitar and Chuck Wright on bass. These guys are playing up to forty songs a night! Amazing! Playing drums the rest of the evening is none other than RACER X's vocalist, Jeff Martin! What a huge tour this is! The following night in San Diego saw a lineup change, as Steven's set ended the evening which featured a special closing number. Jani and Kevin joined the band onstage for a fun jam on ZEP's 'Rock N' Roll'." Check out the pictures here.
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