Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Members To Join STONE TEMPLE PILOTS/BLACK CROWES Supergroup?

According to an article in yesterday's edition of the New York Post, unidentified former members of GUNS N' ROSES will be joining the new supergroup being formed by ex-BLACK CROWES frontman Chris Robinson and former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS members Robert (bass) and Dean DeLeo (guitar) and Eric Kretz (drums).

The Post story, which erroneously refers to the ex-STONE TEMPLE PILOTS guitarist as "Don" DeLeo and drummer as Eric "Krets", appears to contradict earlier reports, which have suggested that former BLACK CROWES drummer Steve Gorman would in fact be linking up with the as-yet-unnamed group.

As previously reported, rumors of the DeLeo brothers working with Robinson surfaced on the official STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Bulletin Board a few weeks ago, and were semi-officially confirmed by Robert DeLeo when talking to fan. No official statements or appearances have been made, and none of the rumored bandmembers have even spoken out about this project.

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