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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Maybe GNR Won't Be Reuniting in Cleveland After All

Posted By on Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 12:24 PM


This really should come as no surprise, since the band has been dicking over fans in one way or another for 25 years now.

But now Slash says all that talk about Guns N' Roses reuniting at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Cleveland on April 14 may not happen after all.

Slash recently talked to some dude at a Washington, DC radio station and told him, "As it stands right this second, I have no idea what’s going on."

That's not exactly a "no"; in fact, it's a lot closer to a "yes" than we'd expect from anyone in GNR these days.

The folks at Ultimate Classic Rock listened to Slash's interview so we didn't have to, and they have a little more detail about what's going on here.

So what exactly does all this mean? Not a whole lot. And we're pretty sure nobody knows what will happen on April 14 until it actually happens on April 14, because that's the way Axl, Slash, and the rest of the guys roll.

And you know what? We promise not to write anymore about this subject until it's confirmed by the Rock Hall. Because that's the way we roll. —Michael Gallucci

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