GUNS N' ROSES' original line-up will reform to mark the 20th anniversary of the band's album APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION - but without lead singer Axl Rose.
Drummer Stephen Adler claims the event will take place at Los Angeles' Key Club on 28 July - and include original members Slash, Izzy Stradlin and Duff MCKagan.
The Key Club's website advertises performances by the drummer's band Adler's Appetite and LA Guns - the band that spawned Guns N' Roses.
Adler writes on the site, "I'll be down there with my band and Slash, Izzy (Stradlin, guitarist) and Duff (MCKagan, bass) will be there too. It's gonna be great."
Although Rose is not expected - Adler insists a full reunion will eventually happen: "Axl and I spoke to each other in Las Vegas recently, and I know there's a chance. It's just too big.
"Whatever the Stones make when they play, we'd triple it. It'd be ridiculous not to do it. He can't be that goofy."
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