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1999.08.25 - Rolling Stone - Brian May Not Coming Up Roses

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Post by Blackstar Tue Mar 10, 2020 2:14 pm

Brian May not coming up Roses

A spokesperson for Brian May said it is "highly improbable" that the Queen guitarist will join Guns n' Roses in any capacity. That notion was echoed by G n' R manager Doug Goldstein, who said, "there haven't been any conversations like that."

Phil Symes, Queen's U.K.-based publicist, was unaware of an Internet report that suggested May would be one in a series of celebrity guitarists joining G n' R on the road when and if they ever tour. "I was just with Brian last week, so I think we would know," Symes says. "I think he very much enjoys what he does, doing his own music and working with other members of [Queen]."

Goldstein joked that the idea of using a rotating set of celebrity guitarists "sounds like a cool idea" and added that "[guitarist] Robin [Finck] is doing his Nine Inch Nails thing and we have no idea how long that's gonna last."

Goldstein said that Axl Rose is currently laying down vocals for the long-awaited album and there's no tentative release date planned.

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