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Adler’s Appetite For Europe

09:01 AM Tuesday 10/12/10 | |

Adler’s Appetite, led by former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler, has wrapped up a 50-city U.S. tour and is gearing up to record new tracks and go on a European winter trek.

  • Adler’s Appetite

    L to R: Rick Stitch, Alex Grossi, Michael Thomas, Steven Adler, Chip Z'Nuff.
    July 5, 2009

    (Sabrina Ment)

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Currently writing and recording new material, the band will kick off the jaunt Feb. 10 in the Netherlands before heading to points south including Vaureal, France; Valencia, Spain; Lisboa, Portugal; and London, Suffolk, Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Wolverhampton, U.K.

“We are really excited to be returning to Europe,” Adler said. “I cannot wait to see all of my European fans, both old and new.”

Some of them may be literary fans as well as music aficionados. Adler’s book, “My Appetite For Destruction: Sex, Drugs and Guns N’ Roses” was released July 29 and quickly became a New York Times bestseller, according to a statement from Adler’s camp.

Adler’s Appetite comprises some of the Sunset Strip’s most memorable musicians of its 1980s heyday, including vocalist Rick Stitch, guitarists Alex Grossi and Michael Tomas, bassist Chip Z’Nuff and, of course, Adler himself.

The last couple of years have seen Adler make something of a comeback from well-documented brushes with the law and struggles with addictions. He became the breakout star of the VH1 hit series “Celebrity Rehab 2 With Dr. Drew″ and “Celebrity Rehab Presents Sober House.”

Click here for the Adler’s Appetitie website.


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