Updated: IZZY STRADLIN Takes Stage With GUNS N' ROSES In New York City

Former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Izzy Stradlin took the stage tonight (May 17) with GNR for the songs "Think about You", "Patience" and "Nightrain" at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.

GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose made various references to Stradlin during their May 15 show at the Hammerstein Ballroom.

In addition, Kid Rock joined GN'R and Stradlin for "Nightrain".

Tonight's concert is the last of four New York City shows to be performed by the current lineup of GUNS N' ROSES. These are the only U.S. appearances scheduled so far for the group, which counts singer W. Axl Rose as its sole original member. BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE was the opening act for all NYC dates.

GUNS N' ROSES 2006 touring lineup:

Axl Rose - Vocals
Robin Finck - Guitar
Ron Thal - Guitar
Richard Fortus - Guitar
Tommy Stinson - Bass
Dizzy Reed - Keyboards
Chris Pittman - Keyboards
Brian "Brain" Mantia - Drums

Check out live pictures of GUNS N' ROSES from their New York City shows at www.chinesedemocracy.com.

(Thanks: TalkingMetal.com)

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