VELVET REVOLVER Acoustic Performance Available For Viewing

Video footage of VELVET REVOLVER's two-song acoustic set from the Susan Holmes Fashion Show in Culver City, California Thursday night (Oct. 30) has been posted online at this location. As previously reported, the band started off with a cover of THE ROLLING STONES' "Angie", and proceeded to play a ballad called "You Got No Right", which is scheduled to appear on VELVET REVOLVER's debut CD, due early next year. The group consisted of Scott Weiland (STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) on vocals, Duff McKagan (GUNS N' ROSES) and Dave Kushner (DAVE NAVARRO, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES) on guitar and Matt Sorum (GUNS N' ROSES) on drums. They were joined by Slash (GUNS N' ROSES) and Izzy Stradlin (GUNS N' ROSES) on guitar and engineer Douglas Grean on keyboards.

(Thanks: www.velvet-revolver.com)

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