Steven Adler plays Guns N’ Roses classics at BergenPAC in Englewood (PHOTOS, SETLIST)

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Steven Adler performed at BergenPAC in Englewood, March 31.

Drummer Steven Adler — who joined Guns N’ Roses soon after its 1985 formation and played on its classic 1987 Appetite for Destruction album, before being fired in 1990 due to persistent substance abuse problems — played a set heavy on Guns N’ Roses material with his own band at BergenPAC in Englewood, March 31. Check out the songs (according to, below.

Also according to, Adler’s young son performed with him on “You Could Be Mine.”

Adler has undertaken a variety of musical projects since leaving Guns N’ Roses, and also gained notoriety through his appearances on the reality TV shows “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” and “Sober House” in the 2000s and 2010s.

Among those joining Adler in his current band are guitarists Michael Thomas (formerly of the group Faster Pussycat) and Alistair James, and singer Ari Kamin.


Steven Adler’s son played drums as part of his father’s BergenPAC show.

Here is the show’s setlist. All except “The One That You Hated” and “Good to Be Bad” are Guns N’ Roses songs.

“The One That You Hated”
“Anything Goes”
“Good to Be Bad”
“Civil War”
Guitar Solo
Drum Solo
“You Could Be Mine”
“Sweet Child o’ Mine”
“My Michelle”
Guitar Duel
“Mr. Brownstone”
“Rocket Queen”
“Welcome to the Jungle”
“Paradise City”


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