SLASH Says There Is No Truth To GINA GERSHON Collaboration Reports

Slash's management has denied a San Francisco Chronicle report that the former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist will be collaborating with actress Gina Gershon on material for Gershon's debut album, according to the Official Slash Fan Site "We contacted Slash's management and Slash himself says there is no truth in it at all," reads a posting on the site.

As previously reported, Gershon performed with Slash and fellow ex-Gunners Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum at the January 2003 Sundance Film Festival party for her new movie "Prey for Rock & Roll", in which she plays Jacki, the frontwoman of ne'er-do-well all-girl rock band CLAM DANDY. Gershon and the boys blazed through a set that included covers of NANCY SINATRA's "These Boots Are Made for Walkin' " and the STOOGES' "I Wanna Be Your Dog", during which McKagan sang with Gershon.


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