Steven Adler paid tribute to the late King of The Sunset Strip, Mario Maglieri, during Tuesday night's (October 3) "Ultimate Jam Night" at the world-famous Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California.
The former GUNS N' ROSES drummer was joined briefly by radio personality Eddie Trunk before playing a four-song GN'R set, starting with "Welcome To The Jungle". Performing with Adler were members of BUDDERSIDE, former ADLER'S APPETITE singer Patrick Stone, guitarist Jacob Bunton, Colin Reid and L.A. GUNS bassist Johnny Martin.
Video footage of the performance can be seen below (by Jessica Chase).
Adler recently said that he "would love to" perform with GUNS N' ROSES again.
The drummer reunited with GN'R for the first time in twenty-six years during the 2016 leg of the "Not In This Lifetime" tour.
Adler appeared with GUNS N' ROSES onstage last November in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well as on three separate occasions during the U.S. leg of the "Not In This Lifetime" tour in the summer of 2016.
This marked Adler's first appearance with GUNS N' ROSES since 1990, although he performed with members of the band at their 2012 induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
Adler was thrown out of GUNS N' ROSES in 1990 due to his heavy drug use, a problem he struggled with for years after his dismissal.
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