Charlie Sheen to Speak at Slash's Walk of Fame Dedication

Ex-Guns N' Roses axeman will get his star on July 10th

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July 9, 2012 10:40 AM ET

Slash is set to receive his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and he'll get some big help for his dedication ceremony from Charlie Sheen. The Guns N' Roses axeman will have his induction ceremony on July 10th, and the speakers scheduled for the event include Sheen and movie producer Robert Evans. Slash is also set to perform a private acoustic set and will hold a Q&A with singer Myles Kennedy, who provides vocals on Slash's recent album Apocalyptic Love.

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