JIZZY PEARL: I Am Not In A Band With STEVEN ADLER
Former LOVE/HATE and current RATT frontman Jizzy Pearl has issued a statement denying his involvement in the new project spearheaded by ex-GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler.
The following is Pearl's latest posting taken from his official web site (www.jizzypearl.com):
"I wake up [Friday] morning and I have several messages on my answering machine — 'TURN ON CNN--TURN ON CNN' — and I see a major fucking tragedy unfold [referring to the GREAT WHITE concert in Rhode Island—ed.]. Then I find out I'm going on a 'world tour' ... Somebody jumped the gun here, folks. This was just a JAM, we all got together and played a few GN'R songs, a few AC/DC songs, it was fun...but that was all it was. There is no 'band', there is no 'tour', there is no 'new record', I don't know where all that came from. Somebody should have asked me first before they threw up a press release."
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