Guns N' Roses' Hall Of Fame Induction

After all the speculation and controversy over their induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, Guns N'Roses surprised everyone by playing live at the ceremony on April the 14th.

Slash, Duff McKagan, Steven Adler, Matt Sorum and Gilby Clarke (who was not actually inducted) played three songs from Appetite For Destruction; Mr. Brownstone, Sweet Child O'Mine and Paradise City, and were joined by Alter Bridge vocalist, Myles Kennedy. Sorum played drums for Mr. Brownstone, while Adler was behind the kit for the other songs. As expected, neither Axl Rose nor Izzy Stradlin turned up.

Check out GN’R playing Sweet Child O'Mine below…

Axl's decision not to attend the Hall Of Fame induction did not go down very well with fans, and was jeered and booed when his name was mentioned, even though he wasn't there. Green Day frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong, who presented Guns N'Roses with their award said:

“Most singers are crazy. I can vouch for that. He [Rose] is one of the best frontmen to ever touch a microphone. [But] sometimes you have to look back at chapters of your life to move forward.