Former GUNS N' ROSES and current ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA guitarist Gilby Clarke was the featured guest on this past Saturday's (April 28) edition of Camp Freddy Radio, which airs on Indie 103.1 FM in Los Angeles, California. To download a 65-minute podcast of the program (with all the music edited out), click here.In other news, "Headbangers Ball Ireland" has posted a rare plugged version of the Gilby Clarke song "Skin & Bones" at this location (in the blog section). The track comes off Gilby's 1995 "Blooze" EP, which was only released in Japan. Clarke recently shot down reports that he has left ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA, the band he formed with Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Jason Newsted (VOIVOD, ex-METALLICA) and Canadian vocalist Lukas Rossi. ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA's self-titled debut album has shifted less than 60,000 copies in the United States since its November 2006 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD was certified gold in January for Canadian sales in excess of 50,000 copies.
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