Slash would love G N'R hall of fame reunion
Slash would love G N'R hall of fame reunion
It’s very apparent that Axl Rose is the only one preventing the original Guns N’ Roses lineup from playing at the band’s Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony next month.

Since the band’s nomination last fall " even before GNR were confirmed as inductees " and beyond, various former members have publicly expressing appreciation for the historical recognition the event brings, while cautiously managing fans’, and their own, hopes that the classic lineup will put aside the past for a few minutes and actually reunite on stage to play a couple of songs.

The latest to speak on the subject is Slash, currently doing press interviews for his new album, “Apocalyptic Love,” due out May 22.

In a new session with Loudwire, Slash had this to say:

"I would love to play. It's just, one of those things where I know that it's not going to happen, so… I just did an interview and said, 'I don't think we're playing.'
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