Chip Z’Nuff No Longer In Adler’s Appetite

Chip Z’Nuff No Longer In Adler’s Appetite

September 29, 2011

Chip Z'Nuff No Longer In Adler's AppetiteEnuff Z’Nuff bassist Chip Z’Nuff has left Adler’s Appetite, the band formed by former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steve Adler.

Said Chip Z’Nuff in a recent Facebook posting, “To quote the late great George Harrison, all things must pass. So I move on with my life, as I’m no longer with Steven Adler’s Adler’s Appetite. Keep your ears open for new music coming soon! Peace and Love.”

Steven Adler replied through Twitter, “Chip’s departure was my decision due to the fact that I am working on an original band with Michael Thomas and Lonnie Johnson. I luv Chip Z’Nuff like a brother and wish him the best in all his future endeavors.”

Adler went on to say, “I have a record deal and we were just in the studio this past Sunday recording our first single that will drop in the next 2 months. Our first single has one of the hottest new singers in the game right now on vocals. Hint, his bands initials are just like mine, AA. Adler’s Appetite will continue to perform together on select dates, but my new project will have a new name to be announced in the next month.”

Adler’s Appetite released the single “Alive” on November 2, 2010 with Aces ‘N’ Eights singer Patrick Stone.

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