L.A. Guns' Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis Reunite On Stage

12/27/2013
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It only took a U.S. Marines 'Toys For Tots' charity concert to bring classic era L.A. Guns frontman Phil Lewis and founding guitarist Tracii Guns back together again to reunite on stage.

SleazeRoxx reports that the reunion took place during the Sin City Sinners' annual 'Toys For Tots' gig at Count's Vamp'd in Las Vegas. Sin City Sinners' manager Jason Green was ecstatic, stating, "It wasn't easy, but the Christmas Miracle happened, as promised. Philip Lewis and Tracii Guns made a lot of people very happy tonight (including me) but most importantly, because of them performing with Sin City Sinners we collected close to 300 toys, so that a less fortunate child can have a gift on Christmas! Thank you everyone for your generosity, all of the toys will be brought to our annual Holiday show at Vinyl this Saturday and will be collected by the US Marine Corp to be distributed to the kids by Christmas."

Tracii Guns had been advertised to play the live show, but it was a complete surprise to many in attendance when singer Phil Lewis joined his former guitarist on stage for a roaring ten song set. Accompanying the duo were L.A. Guns bassist bassist Scotty Griffin, keyboardist Michael T. Ross and Sin City Sinners members Brent Muscat (guitar, formerly of Faster Pussycat) and Rob Cournoyer (drums, formerly of Raging Slab).

Tracii Guns later shared his feeling about the event. "We did something right last night -- we made people happy! We got a lot of toys for a lot of children. Phil, Brent, Rob, Scotty, Michael T, Jason Green, Danny, Vamp'd, Kevin, all the Las Vegas crew, you are amazing people and it really shows how much good people can do when they come together. The Sinners actually are saints. What a beautiful night. Long live L.A. Guns (Phil and I) and let's keep the positive energy flowing." Read more and watch video of the reunion here.

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