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.
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.
One of the biggest proponents of Guns N' Roses reuniting was the band's original drummer Steven Adler, who was the first to exit the group due to substance abuse issues and who felt he had some unfinished business with the band. But Adler tells Rolling Stone that the days of him wishing fo…