TRACII GUNS, STEVEN ADLER, JOE LESTE: 'Welcome To The Jungle' ROCKLAHOMA Performance Available

Video footage of US 66 — consisting of Tracii Guns (L.A. GUNS, ex-GUNS N' ROSES) on lead guitar, Joe LeSte (BANG TANGO) on vocals, Steven Adler (ADLER'S APPETITE, ex-GUNS N' ROSES) on drums, Chip Z'Nuff (ENUFF Z'NUFF) on bass, and Michael Thomas (FASTER PUSSYCAT) on guitar — performing the GUNS N' ROSES classic "Welcome to the Junge" at this past summer's Rocklahoma festival at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma, can be viewed below (courtesy of Justin Kuhns). Also available is an interview former ICED EARTH/DEATH drummer Richard Christy — who currently works for "The Howard Stern Show" — conducted with Chip Z'Nuff and Steven Adler.

US 66 performing "Welcome to the Junge":

Chip Z'Nuff + Steven Adler interview:


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