The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

Guns N' Roses

Induction category: Performer
Presented by: Green Day


Steven Adler (drums; born January 22, 1965), Michael Andrew “Duff” McKagan (bass; born February 5, 1964), Darren Arthur “Dizzy” Reed (keyboards; born June 18, 1963), William “Axl” Rose (vocals, piano; born February 6, 1962), Saul Hudson aka Slash (guitar; born ...

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"There was something about the event itself where the thing that stuck out to me the most was when they had the Blue Caps and Crickets and the Fabulous Flames and Comets and all those guys get up there and get inducted. That was a heavy moment for me. I was like, 'Wow,' all these guys in their 80s and 90s, some in their wheelchairs, some not even there because they’re dead, all lined up getting this honor, this recognition. That really pulled at my heartstrings. That sort of erased for me all the questions that I have. I was like, 'I guess everybody gets it in due time.'"

- Slash on the Induction Ceremony (from

“It's just amazing that we're still here, and still alive. We had such wild times and we're still here to tell the tale. And all the boys are healthy… everyone's hope for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame is that we get on stage together.”

- Matt Sorum on being inducted (from The Morning Show)

"It's become very prestigious over the years, and it's become a huge honor for anybody to be inducted into it – or even nominated, for that matter. It's a cool accolade, I suppose. Obviously we're in really, really great company."

- Slash (from

"I always knew it was going to happen, just like when the band first started. I always knew that we were going to be successful and accomplish and succeed at our dreams. There was never a doubt in my mind. When we were recording Appetite For Destruction, we all knew."

- Steven Adler on being inducted (from

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