Izzy and Duff Join Steven Adler Onstage for Guns N' Roses Anniversary
Although W. Axl Rose didn't attend last nights (July 29) "Appetite for Destruction" reunion show, the other members from the classic era were present and in full force. What was originally booked as a headlining gig for original Guns' drummer Steven Adler with L.A. Guns as the opener, soon became heralded as the 20th Anniversary celebration for the most reckless release of the 80's, "Appetite for Destruction." Word soon got out that Slash, Izzy, Duff and Adler would share the stage for the 1st time in over 17 years, and the Hollywood Key Club became the hot spot on the legendary Sunset Strip.
As the memebrs (Colby Veil on Vocals, Michael Thomas on Guitar, Kristy Majors on Guitar, Chip Z'Nuff on bass, and Steven Adler on drums) of Adler's Appetite took the stage, the eager crowd went ballistic. The night started off with 'It's So Easy', the first single in the UK, and bled into 'Nightrain.' After a couple more of the classic songs, Steven Adler introduced Izzy Stradlin and Duff McKagan. The duo jammed out 'Mr. Brownstone' before leaving the stage. Izzy later came out for 'Tijuana' and 'Mama Kin.' Although Slash and Gilby Clarke were in attendance, they did not make it up on stage. Slash was expected to perform 'Welcome to the Jungle' to close out the night.
It's So Easy
Out Ta Get Me
Highway to Hell (scratched at last minute and replaced with Sin City)
Sin City (AC/DC cover)
Sweet Child o' Mine
Welcome to the Jungle