July 3, 2009 9:28

Guns N' Roses man teams up with Black Eyed Peas and a Rolling Stone

Slash recruits Fergie, Ronnie Wood and Ozzy Osbourne for festival set

Guns N' Roses man teams up with Black Eyed Peas and a Rolling Stone
Former Guns N' Roses man Slash teamed up with Black Eyed Peas, Ozzy Osbourne and a Rolling Stone at European festival this week.

The unexpected collaboration took place at the Quart Festival festival in Norway on July 1, as the guitarist performed a set of songs by his old band.

Joining Slash on stage was Ozzy Osbourne, Ronnie Wood and Black Eye Peas singer Fergie for the set, which included 'Sweet Child O' Mine' and 'Paradise City', which both appear on Guns N' Roses' 1987 debut album 'Appetite For Destruction'.

"I remember seeing Guns N' Roses when I was in high school," Fergie told NME.COM of her link-up. "So now playing with someone like Slash is a total adrenaline rush."

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