Former Guns N' Roses Guitarist Hopes To Be Part Of Reunion

Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke says in a new interview that he hopes that he will would be part of a reunion of the group and he reflected on the passion that the members of his era of the band shared.

Clarke was brought in to replace original guitarist Izzy Stradlin who left the group in 1991. Gilby was asked by The Times of India if he would take part if his era of the band, featuring Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, wanted to reunite.

He responded, "Of course, it was a great band. If Slash and Duff came back, it would be special. I would hope I could be a part of it if that ever happened. I had a great time during those years. We were young and didn't give a sh*t what anybody thought. Most people's memories are of the drama and negative sh*t. I remember being a part of a very powerful musical unit.

"Everybody cared deeply about the live shows and the music that was recorded. I enjoyed that. I really felt we were on the same page musically and were passionate about our performances."

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