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Guns N’ Roses Perform at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction with Myles Kennedy in Axl Rose’s Absence (Video)

With its lead singer boycotting the festivities, the band brought in the Alter Bridge frontman to sing a few tracks in Cleveland.

Slash Reacts to Death of Amp Pioneer Jim Marshall

"Jim's passing marks the end of a very loud and colorful era," the former Guns N' Roses guitarist says.

SXSW 2012: Music Legends Take a Ride Down ‘Sunset Strip’ in Hans Fjellestad’s Doc (Video)

Slash, Clive Davis, Lou Adler and Ozzy Osbourne are among the participants of the documentary which will have its world premiere on Friday.

‘Soul Train’ Creator Don Cornelius Death: Hollywood, Music Industry Remembers

UPDATED: The late TV programming innovator is mourned by friends and colleagues in the entertainment industry.

Guns N’ Roses Announce February Concerts

The Axl Rose-fronted, Slash-less rock band is set to perform six shows in Chicago, New Jersey and New York City, where it will stage a return to the music venue formerly known as The Ritz, now dubbed Webster Hall.

Sundance 2012: Slash-Produced Horror Movie ‘Nothing to Fear’ Gets Release Via Anchor Bay

The former Guns N' Roses guitarist is moving into film production with his company Slasher Films.

Video Game Lawsuit Suggests Guns ‘N Roses Reunion Won’t Happen

A few weeks after Guns N' Roses gets inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Axl Rose might be in court explaining why he didn't want an image of Slash performing a GNR hit in a video game.

Dan Wheldon’s Death: Hollywood Pays Tribute to the IndyCar Champion

Ashley Judd, Alyssa Milano, LeBron James, Slash and Lupe Fiasco are among those who hit Twitter to remember the racecar driver, who died Sunday on the track.

Final Charlie Sheen Roasters Announced

William Shatner, Kate Walsh, Slash and Jon Lovitz are among the stars that participate in the Comedy Central special airing Sept. 19.

Jani Lane’s Death: Slash Calls It a ‘Shame’

"RIP Man," Slash says of the Warrant singer.

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl to Ryan Murphy: ‘Not Everyone Loves ‘Glee”

When it comes to using his band's songs on 'Glee,' the Foos frontman sides with Kings of Leon and Slash in the licensing battle.

Super Bowl Halftime Show: Slash, Usher Make Surprise Appearance

Rumors had circulated last week that the two would be a part of the show, featuring the Black Eyed Peas.