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February 2nd, 2002
Slash joins supergroup?
A new supergroup is being formed in Los Angeles, with plans being formulated for an album then a US tour.

The group will be fronted by former Van Halen vocalist Sammy Hagar. Playing alongside Hagar will be long time friend and current Journey guitarist Neal Schon. Current Journey (and former Hardline) drummer Deen Castronovo is also involved with the project. But the interesting twist in this tale is the question of just who would be the bass player. The hottest tip out of L.A. for this position is none other than Sammy's former band mate - Van Halen's own Michael Anthony.

The other rumour associated with this super group project is the possible inclusion of a second guitarist. If so, the hottest tip from LA based sources is that the position was offered to and accepted by former Guns N Roses guitarist Slash.

Neal Schon jammed with Slash as recently as last night in Los Angeles as guests of Bad Company vocalist Paul Rodgers. Slash and Schon both previously appeared as guests on Rodgers' Muddy Water Blues album. Yet another odd connection between this group of musicians was the recent appearance of Slash performing Eddie Van Halen's famous guitar parts on Michael Jackson's latest TV special.

Read the full article at Melodicrock.com

According to Snakepit.org, Slash has been asked to join the group but he hasn't accepted the offer yet

Source(s): http://www.melodicrock.com/ , Dust N' Bones mailinglist  
Thanks to: Rui and Linda 
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