STEEL PANTHER Performs GUNS N' ROSES Classic With CARROT TOP; Video Available

Video footage of California rockers STEEL PANTHER performing a cover version of GUNS N' ROSES' classic "Sweet Child O' Mine" — with a special guest appearance by comedian Carrot Top — on New Year's Eve (December 31, 2009) at Green Valley Ranch in Las Vegas, Nevada can be viewed below.

STEEL PANTHER began its run at the House of Blues on Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood, California on December 7.

The group's first collection of original material, "Feel The Steel", was produced by Jay Ruston and was officially released in the U.S. on October 6.

STEEL PANTHER is the '80s metal/hard rock tribute act formerly known as METAL SKOOL. The four-member act, known for its outrageous stage presence and gargantuan guitar riffs, has been entertaining fans and scores of rock and entertainment VIPs with its raucous antics via L.A.'s longest-running heavy metal show on the Sunset Strip for nearly a decade.


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