Guns N' Roses Didn't Invite Matt Sorum To Reunion

04/13/2016
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(Classic Rock) Former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum has said he wasn't invited to take part in Axl Rose's reunion with classic-era members Slash and Duff McKagan.

The lineup have delivered three shows, with festival appearances and a North American tour to follow, featuring Frank Ferrer behind the kit alongside guitarist Richard Fortus and keyboardists Dizzy Reed and Melissa Reese.

Speculation ran high ahead of their surprise club set in Los Angeles that Sorum might take part, with his predecessor Steven Adler expected to play a guest role - but neither of them appeared.

Asked by Twitter user @davidblade69 if he was planning to join GN'R at any of their upcoming shows, Sorum has replied: "No sir, they didn't ask me." Read more here.

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