Former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler and his ADLER'S APPETITE bandmates, bassist Sean McNabb and singer Constantine Maroulis, joined STEEL PANTHER guitarist Satchel and singer Michael Starr on stage on May 20 at Eaton's Hill Hotel & Function Centre in Brisbane, Australia to perform the GN'R classics "Sweet Child O' Mine" and "Mr. Brownstone". Fan-filmed video footage of their appearance can be seen below.
Adler is celebrating the 30th anniversary of GNR's classic debut album by performing "Appetite For Destruction" in its entirety on an Australian tour.
Backing Steven up on the trek is his newly formed ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS band: Maroulis, McNabb, Carl Restivo (rhythm guitar) and Michael Thomas (lead guitar).
ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS made its live debut on May 10 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California.
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STEEL PANTHER is continuing to tour in support of "Lower The Bar", which was released in March 2017 via Kobalt Music Recordings. The disc was co-produced with regular collaborator Jay Ruston, and includes eleven songs recorded at studios in North Hollywood and Sherman Oaks, California, with an additional two tracks on a Best Buy deluxe edition.
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