Guns N' Roses Full Reunion Predicted By Gilby Clarke


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(Classic Rock) Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke doesn't believe the current tour is a true reunion - but he says the real thing will happen eventually. Frontman Axl Rose was rejoined by guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan for the Not In This Lifetime road trip. A run of US dates has just been completed before the show moves on to South America, Japan, New Zealand and Australia in the coming months.

Clarke - who replaced Izzy Stradlin in 1991 - says via Blabbermouth: "The reunion that happened is really just Axl, Slash and Duff. Basically Slash and Duff have joined Axl's band. So I don't know if you can really call it a reunion.

"Myself, Matt Sorum, Izzy - it didn't happen as a reunion for all of us to join. I think if the time was right and the situation was right, everybody would come back and do it."

He adds: "First of all, everybody gets along great and stuff. It's great music. Guns N' Roses is a great band and has a great legacy. I think everybody wants to see it done right. And when it's time, we'll do it." Read more here.

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