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The lead singer of Guns N' Roses is facing legal action after allegedly breaking a fan's teeth during the band's performance in Australia.
The former 'Two and a Half Men' star cracks a joke about Slash's longtime rival in Guns N' Roses when standing at the podium to fete the guitarist.
Paris police are investigating the missing necklaces who did not appear to be around the Guns N' Roses lead singer's neck at the time of the theft.
The Guns N' Roses frontman states, 'I would like to apologize to Cleveland, Ohio for not apologizing to them beforehand for not attending [the ceremony] in their city.'
Many fans who were hoping that Guns' N Roses will reunite for the first time in years expressed their disappointment of the band's frontman who chose to skip the event.
Some praise the Guns N' Roses lead singer for following his heart, but others slam him for being egoistical and diss the new lineup as a 'cover band.'
On Friday night, the odd pair exited from Chateau Marmont and left the hotel in the same SUV.
Former Guns N' Roses rocker Duff McKagan is glad to have finally put his feud with frontman Axl Rose behind him, insisting it was 'nice' to move past all the 'silliness'.
Following Slash's statement that Guns N' Roses reunion could take place if he apologizes, Axl Rose says 'there are no concrete plans' for playing together again in the band.
Adamant that Axl Rose won't apologize to him, Slash said, 'If it did happen, I would do whatever it takes to at least have a conversation about it.'
Rose filed a lawsuit against the bosses behind popular game series Guitar Hero, seeking $20 million in damages from sales of the hit game.
Not learning from their experience in Dublin, the band repeated the same mistake at London's O2 by arriving more than an hour late.
At one point when working on his solo album, the guitarist thought only his former Guns N' Roses bandmate could pull one song nicely.
After banned from continuing with an encore, the Guns N' Roses' frontman tells the crowd, 'Someone is telling us the show's over. This war ain't over yet.'
The frontman of Guns N' Roses called the incident where the organizers of the festival pulled the plug early as 'nonsense' which deserves an apology.