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Guns N’ Roses Riff Threatens Rock Hall Reunion

07:31 AM Wednesday 3/14/12 |   |

Will Guns N’ Roses reunite for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

Behind his dark glasses, hat and big hair, the group’s former guitarist Slash is staying noncommittal on the subject.

The million-selling hard rock group enters the Rock Hall in Cleveland on April 14, an event at which honored acts often perform as part of the celebration.

But the group’s original lineup fell apart in 1996, so fans hoping to see the band reunite may be disappointed.

Slash says of the induction: “It’s definitely an honor and I have no idea what’s going to happen on that day.”

  • Slash

    Veteran's Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, Fla.
    February 22, 2011

    (John Davisson)

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Instead he is busy with his latest solo album, Apocalyptic Love, due out in May.


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