Former GUNS N' ROSES Drummer Confirms Band Name, Prepares To Hit The Road
Former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler has officially named his new band SUKI JONES, according to The Official Steven Adler Fan Site. RATT/ex-LOVE/HATE singer Jizzy Pearl, who had previously indicated that he would not be joining the group, has in fact now been confirmed as the band's lead vocalist for the first few shows, beginning with the March 22 performance at The Railhead (Boulder Station) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Joining Steven and Jizzy in the new group are ex-SLASH'S SNAKEPIT guitarist Keri Kelli, FASTER PUSSYCAT guitarist Brent Muscat, and ex-VINCE NEIL/BLACK N' BLUE/RATT bassist Robbie Crane. The group's upcoming tour will see the band performing an all-cover set list that will include approximately six songs from GUNS N' ROSES' classic "Appetite For Destruction" CD, as well as tracks from AEROSMITH, LED ZEPPELIN and QUEEN, among others.
(Thanks: The Official Steven Adler Fan Site)
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