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.
Back on the wagon and moving forward with his solo career, former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler has earned every bit of the mature perspective he's attained regarding his whirlwind years in the band's classic lineup.
Steven Adler is on record as being in support of a reunion of the classic Guns N' Roses lineup, but that doesn't mean he has any special influence over bandleader Axl Rose.
One of the biggest questions regarding a Guns N' Roses reunion is, Which drummer, Steven Adler or Matt Sorum, would the band use if the golden-era lineup ever got back together?
Eighties hard rock squares off against '70s power pop in the opening round of our new March Drum Madness competition.
In the unlikely event that the most famous lineup of Guns N' Roses should reunite, Steven Adler says they'd likely produce the best album of their career.
Steven Adler's self-named band has gone back into the studio.
Famously fired from Guns N' Roses in 1990 for his rampant drug use, Steven Adler has turned a corner on his addictions.