Quality multi-camera video footage of ADLER'S APPETITE — the band led by original GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler — performing the GN'R classic "Welcome To The Jungle" on August 28, 2009 at Universal CityWalk in Universal City, California can be viewed below.
ADLER'S APPETITE played its first show with vocalist Rick Stitch of the Los Angeles-based group LADYJACK on April 17, 2009 at the The Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, California.
Rick has been recording with former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Gilby Clarke, and his song "Make It Right" appeared in the feature film "The Grind", starring Danny Trejo and Tom Sizemore.
Singer Sheldon Tarsha announced his departure from ADLER'S APPETITE in April, saying it was "time now for me to follow my heart and continue working with my original band."
ADLER'S APPETITE's current lineup includes guitarists Alex Grossi (HOOKERS 'N' BLOW, ex-QUIET RIOT) and Michael Thomas (FASTER PUSSYCAT) along with bassist Chip Z'nuff (ENUFF Z'NUFF).
Adler was featured in "Celebrity Rehab Presents Sober House", an eight-episode, one hour series that premiered on January 15 on VH1.
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