Guitarist Slash, Matt Sorum and Duff McKagan came together for a benefit concert to help raise money for recovering drug addicts.
However, singer Axl Rose was not in attendance to perform at the fundraiser show for the Road Recovery Foundation, reports NME.
Following the set, Slash thanked all participants via his Twitter Page. He wrote: "Thanks to all the musicians who contributed to the Road Recovery benefit & thanks to all the fans who came & supported the cause. Cheers!"
The rock star recently revealed that he has recorded a collaboration with Mary J Blige for his forthcoming second solo studio album.
The record will serve as the follow-up to 2010's self-titled solo debut, which included collaborations with Fergie, Adam Levine, Iggy Pop and Ozzy Osbourne.
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Watch the music video for Slash and Fergie's single 'Beautiful Dangerous' below: