GUNS N' ROSES, BULLETBOYS Members Perform With SIN CITY SINNERS At VRMA After-Party (Video)

Marq Torien (BULLETBOYS) and DJ Ashba (GUNS N' ROSES, SIXX: A.M.) joined SIN CITY SINNERS on stage at the Vegas Rocks! Magazine Music Awards 2012 after-party on June 26 at Club Vinyl inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada to perform a cover version of the ZZ TOP classic "Tush". Fan-filmed video footage of their appearance can be seen below.

The third annual Vegas Rocks! Magazine Music Awards rocked the Joint on Sunday, August 26 at the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Vegas Rocks! Magazine celebrated its eighth anniversary in a big way as the rock 'n' roll royal red carpet was rolled out for some of the biggest stars in the music business.

Vegas Rocks! Magazine Awards was hosted by the "publishing queen of rock and roll," Sally Steele.


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