Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Members Not Making Reality Show Based On Singer Search

Former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash has denied previously published reports that he and a band featuring his fellow ex-Gunners were filming a reality TV show based on their search for a vocalist.

"No, no. Someone else made that up," Slash said. "Basically, what we're shooting is stuff. It's not... There's no reality concept or anything. We're just doing rehearsal and auditions and we're doing the writing process — everything a band goes through to get it together, and we're documenting it."

According to Slash, the group — which is completed by bassist Duff McKagan, drummer Matt Sorum and newcomer guitarist Dave Kushner (formerly of McKagan's post-GN'R project LOADED) — is keeping the cameras rolling as the still-unnamed outfit is searching for that elusive singer. Word on the street is that VH1 is interested in making the documentary a series for the channel.

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