LI'L GN'R's Tribute To GUNS N' ROSES: Appetite For Instruction

Robert Ratish of is reporting that LI'L GN'R (web site) is an all-kids GUNS N' ROSES tribute "band" that sings over recorded favorites like "November Rain" and "Patience". Ranging in age from 6 to 11, the group's members — all from New Jersey — were not even born when their namesakes began playing the Sunset Strip in the 1980s.

And although they are a G-rated version of the original — their set list excludes songs with objectionable lyrics — LI'L GN'R knows how to put on a show.

LI'L GN'R combines humor with a serious rock ethos. Its logo, an image of two toy guns shooting bubbles over a couple of roses, appears on their tour T-shirts, along with the motto "Appetite for Instruction", a play on big GN'R's most popular album, "Appetite for Destruction". [Read more]


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