Former GUNS N' ROSES/ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA guitarist Gilby Clarke has issued the following update:

"I've been busy working on some videos... My wife made a video short for her company Frankie B. and I produced the music for it. Some of you may recognize the song 'Let's Get Lost' from my 'Pawnshop Guitars' CD. Taryn Manning is the star of the video and she also sang 'Let's Get Lost' and 'Sweet Jane'. My 1941 Harley Davidson Knucklehead also makes an appearance at the end of the video.

"I'm also in the new FALL OUT BOY video, 'I Don't Care' that was released on iTunes last week. I'm in the very beginning and end. I have a short speaking part, and if I must say, it's quite funny. I really like the song and I had a great time filming the video. The guys in the band were great to hang out with, and very friendly."

In a recent interview with Live-Metal.Net, Gilby Clarke was asked if there is any chance that ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA will reunite again sometime soon. "It is kind of funny because we never officially pulled the plug on it," he replied. "It was a project, and Tommy (Lee) and I will always be friends. I just don't think it is anyone's priority at this point. I think we gave it our best shot and there were some things that were successful about it and some things that weren't. I don't think it will ever really go away but over time we may forget about it. At this point, you never really know what will come up."

"Let's Get Lost":

"I Don't Care":


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