SUKI JONES Perform To 'Unbelievable' Crowd Reaction In Vegas

SUKI JONES, the new band featuring former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler, RATT/ex-LOVE/HATE singer Jizzy Pearl, ex-SLASH'S SNAKEPIT guitarist Keri Kelli, FASTER PUSSYCAT guitarist Brent Muscat, and ex-VINCE NEIL/RATT bassist Robbie Crane, made their live debut this past weekend at sold-out shows in Kingman, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada. The group performed an all-cover set list that reportedly included several songs from GUNS N' ROSES' classic "Appetite For Destruction" CD, as well as tracks from AEROSMITH, LED ZEPPELIN and QUEEN, among others.

"It was so cool [to see] how many people came to see Steven's comeback," Muscat said in an official press release. "The crowd was unbelievable and I was excited to see the people sing along with Jizzy as he hit every note dead-on!" The event was also documented on film and covered by a writer for Rolling Stone magazine.

"This is the first time in sixteen years that I have played on the same stage with Steven," Muscat added. Brent's band FASTER PUSSYCAT toured with GUNS N' ROSES in 1987.

In related news, Muscat is hard at work on his forthcoming autobiography, dubbed "Babblin' On and On". "It has been difficult finding time for the book with my busy touring schedule," he said.

Brent is set to embark on a European tour with L.A. GUNS in April. Shortly after that, he will return to the U.K., Spain and Germany with FASTER PUSSYCAT. For more information and tour dates visit


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