Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Drummer STEVEN ADLER To Play 'Warm-Up Show' In Las Vegas
Original GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler will be playing a warm-up show for his upcoming tour of Argentina at the Rainbow Bar & Grill in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 30, 2005. Playing with Steven at the concert will be ADLER'S APPETITE lead singer Sheldon Tarsha, bassist Chip Z'Nuff (ENUFF Z'NUFF), and guitarists Michael Thomas (BEAUTIFUL CREATURES) and JT Longoria (IZZY STRADLIN).
Upcoming Steven Adler shows:
Oct. 30 – Las Vegas, NV @ Rainbow Bar & Grill
Nov. 03 - Cordova, Argentina
Nov. 05 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nov. 07 - Rosario, Argentina
In 2006, ADLER'S APPETITE (Keri Kelli, Robbie Crane, Sheldon Tarsha and Steven Adler) will be touring Europe and also plan to release a full-length CD. Steven Adler is also negotiating to have his long-overdue autobiography released in 2006 with the plan to have it made into a motion picture in the future.
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