IZZY STRADLIN Jams With VELVET REVOLVER: Audio Posted Online

Live recordings of former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Izzy Stradlin jamming with VELVET REVOLVER on the GN'R classics "I Used To Love Her" and "It's So Easy" at Le Bataclan in Paris, France on September 7, 2004 have been posted online in MP3 format. Download the files: "I Used To Love Her" (mp3), "It's So Easy" (mp3).

According to published reports, VELVET REVOLVER guitarist Slash donned his trademark top hat while performing the GN'R songs. Commented Olivier Rouhet of Rock Hard France magazine: "Izzy spent the afternoon hanging out with the VELVET guys in the Hotel Raphael, close to the Champs Elysées and while a lot of jounalists were there, they did not recognize him with his new Bruce Springsteen-like look!"

An original member of the group, Stradlin left GUNS N' ROSES in 1991 and was replaced by Gilby Clarke.

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