L.A. GUNS Singers PHIL LEWIS And PAUL BLACK Unite Onstage At Cathouse Party

Founding L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns was joined on stage by the band's original singer Paul Black (who quit the band before they ever made an album) and current L.A. GUNS frontman Phil Lewis (who replaced Black and sang on their most popular albums) at the Key Club in Hollywood, California Tuesday night (Oct. 10) at the 20-year anniversary party for Cathouse, the rock 'n' roll club run by one-time MTV VJ Riki Rachtman and FASTER PUSSYCAT frontman Tamie Down.

According to Frank Meyer of G4's "The Feed", "after a brief set of songs from the early days, Black called up Lewis to duet with him on fan favorite 'Rip and Tear'. While Black and Guns seemed stoked to share the stage with the guy they only seem to see in court these days, the bespeckled Lewis seems a lot less comfortable with the situation. It was pretty funny to watch his squirm every time Black put his arm around him."

Read the rest of Meyer's review at this location.


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