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Steven Adler Performs With Guns N’ Roses in Cincinnati

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Steven Adler performed with Guns N’ Roses on Wednesday night (July 6) in Cincinnati, marking the first time he’s taken the stage with the band since 1990. The drummer was introduced by Axl Rose and played on ‘Out Ta Get Me’ and ‘My Michelle’ in the middle of the band’s 26-song set.

Adler was a member of the band’s classic lineup from 1985 through 1990. He was kicked out of the band due to his excessive drug use, playing his last show with GN’R on April 7, 1990. There had been rumors of him possibly being part of the classic reunion taking place this year with Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan, but this is the first time he has appeared onstage with the band during their run of North American shows.

Check out video of Adler performing with Guns N’ Roses in Cincinnati above, as well as a tweet from Guns N’ Roses below. GN’R’s summer North American ‘Not In This Lifetime Tour’ continues into August. See the dates here.

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