STEVEN ADLER Offers Tour Of His Tattoos; Video Available

The Rock & Roll Chef has posted a three-minute video clip of former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler giving viewers a tour of his "tasty tattoos" inside The Rock & Roll Kitchen. The footage, which was shot in September 2007 in Blue Island, Illinois, can be viewed below.

Steven Adler recently cancelled a European tour with his current project ADLER'S APPETITE due to "personal issues."

According to the Mexican newspaper El Universal, Steven Adler fell ill during a live performance in Mexico City on September 19, 2007 and was treated by paramedics at the scene, a Red Cross spokeswoman told The Associated Press. The spokeswoman, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Adler was not hospitalized after the Red Cross treated him. Initial news reports saying Adler suffered from hypertension could not be confirmed.

The other members of GUNS N' ROSES band threw Adler out in 1989, saying his drug use was harming his performance. In 1993, the band agreed to pay him $2.3 million to settle Adler's lawsuit claiming a 1990 agreement by which he gave up his interest in the band was read to him and signed without his attorney present.


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