In the spring of 1990, Guns N' Roses were one of the biggest rock bands on the planet — and heading for the first of the roster changes that would eventually dismantle the lineup responsible for Appetite for Destruction.
Steven Adler's long-running battle with substance abuse continues, with the former Guns N' Roses drummer postponing a series of tour dates in order to enter rehab, but he's promised fans that he's determined to beat his addictions.
Adler founder and former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler has entered rehab, forcing his band to postpone their summer 2013 U.S. tour. Over 40 dates were scheduled through early September, which representatives of Adler say they hope to reschedule this fall.
A mini-Guns N' Roses reunion of sorts took place this past Thursday (March 7) While touring together in Tokyo, Duff McKagan and Steven Adler both sat in on the other's set to play a couple of their old classics. The videos are embedded below.
If you're concerned about getting your recommended annual allowance of ex-Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler -- and who isn't? -- never fear: Adler has just announced the first leg of the ambitious world tour he'll be mounting this year with his new band, the aptly named Adler.
Today Steven Adler takes himself off Guns N’ Roses holiday card list, then tries to get back in their good graces, someone cleans out Alice Cooper, and a rare Beatles record goes for big bucks. Also, Stevie Nicks makes another TV appearance, Eric Clapton celebrates a birthday, and Wil…