GUNS N’ ROSES Member’s Drum Kit Up For Sale For Shocking Price!

STEVEN ADLER’s Drum Kit Up For Sale For Almost $100K

On ebay, a user has listed former GUNS N’ ROSES drummer STEVEN ADLER TAMA drum kit, which he used during his days with the band. You can see the listing here.

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The asking price is $65,000 USD. The description for the item reads as follows:

GUNS N’ ROSES STEVEN ADLER used Tama Rock Star drum 3 piece set with hardware from the late 80’s. The drum Kit comes with a letter of authenticity. It has no snare and the drum head that was on the kick drum was sold years ago. Finding any Guns and Roses from the “Appetite for Destruction” era is Extremely hard to come by. The buyer is responsible for all shipping.

Internet Set Ablaze Over Guitarist’s Cover of GUNS N’ ROSES Song

GUNS N’ ROSES official music video for “Sweet Child of Mine” has been viewed over a billion times, but it’s a different video of the song that’s setting the internet on fireIndonesian YouTuber Alip_Ba_Ta’s fingerstyle acoustic guitar cover of the song has garnered more than a million views and a lot of new subscribers. Not much is known about the YouTuber. except that he’s a forklift driver from Indonesia.

Check it out below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Xih1BbVhME

KISS May Bring Out Former Members For Their Final Tour

Rock band KISS is currently on their “End of the Road” Tour which launched in January of 2019 and it will run until July 17, 2021 when it concludes in New York City. Many fans have been asking for a reunion of the classic KISS lineup with guitarist ACE FREHLEY and drummer PETER CRISS.

KISS Manager Doc McGhee has publicly stated that all of the band’s former members may make an appearance.

Days before the band’s final tour began former guitarist ACE FREHLEY launched a scathing attack on former bandmates PAUL STANLEY and GENE SIMMONS. Following the attack it seemed unlikely that FREHLEY would rejoin his bandmates again.

However, in September of last year FREHLEY hinted that he had a “gut feeling” he’d join KISS on stage at some point in time on or before July 17, 2021.

In a new interview with Pollstar, McGhee clarified his comments saying

“It’s going to be great. It’s going to be worthy of the end of the road. It will be worthy to the 45 years of KISS, the last month for sure. We want to celebrate everybody and we might bring out all the former members. We’d like to. Nobody says we hate this guy; we hate that guy; we want everybody who wants to come out.”

Get all the info on KISS current farewell tour here