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Song of the Day: Paradise City (by Guns N' Roses)

One cannot reminisce about the 80’s music scene without including the biggest (and most dangerous) band of that decade. Well, the band and it’s handlers sure thought of them that way. 834 more words

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The Emotional Stages of Seeing Guns N' Roses Reunited

Over 4th of July weekend I saw the newly reunited Guns N’ Roses in Chicago. I had been planning for the concert with my friends for months. 660 more words

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Original Drummer Steven Adler Performs With Guns N' Roses

Pretty fantastic. That’s four-fifths of the original lineup of GnR performing together for the first time in decades. The only one left is Izzy, but I think they’re working on bringing him in eventually. 36 more words

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Guns N' Roses surprise fans with Steven Adler appearance

Ever since the Not In This Lifetime Tour was announced, Guns N’ Roses stayed quiet regarding the whereabouts of original drummer Steven Adler.

In fact, no one is sure where original rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin is on all the reunion talk either. 127 more words

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Steven Adler Rejoins Guns N’ Roses… at Least for One Night

By Jon Wiederhorn

Guns N’ Roses fans in Cincinnati, Ohio were thrilled to see the band’s original drummer Steven Adler rejoin his former bandmates onstage last night (July  6) for rousing versions of  early GNR songs “Out Ta Get Me” and “My Michelle.” The appearance marks the first time Adler has played at a concert with the band since 1990, the year he was booted for drug abuse. 271 more words

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Not in this lifetime? Adler reunites with G'n'R

The word Adler translates to “eagle” in German, but a phoenix may be a more fitting bird to represent Steven Adler, who has managed to pull off the impossible and play a reunited show with his former bandmates in Guns N Roses, in Cincinnati Ohio on July 6th. 166 more words

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Steven Adler Rejoins Guns N’ Roses… at Least For One Night

By Jon Wiederhorn

Guns N’ Roses fans in Cincinnati, Ohio were thrilled to see drummer Steven Adler rejoin his former bandmates onstage last night (July  6) for rousing versions of  early GNR songs “Out Ta Get Me” and “My Michelle.” The appearance marks the first time Adler has taken the stage with Guns since their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction performance in 2012, and the first time he has played at a concert with the band since 1990, the year he was booted for drug abuse. 257 more words

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