ALICE COOPER drummer Glen Sobel — whose other credits include Vivian Campbell, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES, SIXX: A.M. and IMPELLITTERI — was one of the special guests at the February 25 STEEL PANTHER show at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California.
Sobel joined the group for a rocking rendition of the GUNS N' ROSES classic "Sweet Child O' Mine" which also featured an appearance by Matthew and Gunnar Nelson and LIFEHOUSE guitar player Ben Carey. The Nelson brothers also provided harmonies with STEEL PANTHER on the JOURNEY classic "Don't Stop Believin'".
In related news, Sobel will be one of the drumming notables making an appearance at this weekend's Tam Tam drum festival in Néris les Bains, France alongside Thomas Lang and Horacio Hernandez. Glen will be back behind the skins with ALICE COOPER for their March 14 festival one-off in Crans-Montana, Switzerland where they are set to headline the Moon Stage at the 10-year anniversary edition of the Caprices Festival.
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