Axl Rose and Slash perform as Hollywood Rose at Madam Wong's East in Hollywood, California on June 28, 1984.
On October 13, 1984, Axl Rose performs with the L.A. Guns at the Troubadour in Hollywood, California.
An original flyer featuring Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin to promote a performance by Hollywood Rose at Madam Wong's East on March 16, 1984.
Axl Rose, Slash, Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan and Steve Adler perform for the first time as Guns N' Roses on June 6, 1985 at the Troubadour in Hollywood, California.
June 6, 1985's gig at Hollywood's Troubadour marked the first performance of the Appetite for Destruction lineup.
Guns N' Roses seated in a booth at Canter's Deli on June 12, 1985
Guns N' Roses backstage at the Stardust on June 28, 1985 in Los Angeles when they performed their cover of "Mama Kin" for the first time.
Guns N' Roses performing on September 20, 1985 at the Troubadour in Hollywood, California.
On October 18, 1985 Guns N' Roses played to a sparse crowd at the Country Club in Los Angeles.
Paul Black of L.A. Guns performing with Guns N' Roses at the Roxy in Hollywood, California on January 18, 1986.
The Guns N' Roses show at Hollywood's Roxy on January 18, 1986 included the first and only public performance of "Good Night Tonight."
Slash reclines backstage after his performance with Guns N' Roses at the Troubadour on February 28, 1986 in Hollywood, California.
Izzy, Axl, and Duff backstage after their performance at Fenders Ballroom in Long Beach, California on March 21, 1986.
Guns N' Roses perform a 10 P.M. show on March 28, 1986 in Hollywood, California.
Slash enjoys some whiskey and a cigarette after their performance at the Whisky a Go Go on April 15, 1986 in Hollywood, California.
Guns N' Roses perform at the Whiskey in Hollywood, California on April 15, 1986.
Guns N' Roses perform "Sweet Child O' Mine," "Mr. Brownstone" and "Ain't Going Down" for the first time ever at Hollywood's Whiskey on August 23, 1986.