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Over the weekend, an Axl-less original lineup Guns ‘N Roses attended their induction ceremony at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Earlier in the week, Rose wrote an open letter to the Rock Hall committee expressing his declination of the honor, as well as throwing in a bit of remorse for good taste. As expected, the night went on without the frontman as all other original members from the band’s heyday performed three songs off their legendary "Appetite for Destruction" album.

Slash, Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan, Steven Adler, Matt Sorum and Dizzy Reed we’re joined onstage by guitarist Gilby Clarke and current Slash-solo-project-singer Myles Kennedy after being introduced by a straight-faced, albeit slightly sarcastic, Billie Joe Armstrong, who jokingly asked “who’s missing?”

High praise and emotions continued as members spoke with bittersweet remembrance as they looked back at their legendary careers.

 "I'm so honored to have met these guys in the back alleys...

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