Just when it seemed like the war of words between Slash and Axl Rose had finally died down, a third party has jumped into the fray. Yesterday (July 10) actor Charlie Sheen, a neighbor and friend of the former Guns N’ Roses guitarist, took a public swipe at Rose.
Slash hasn’t even begun his summer tour, but he’s announced 18 dates for a fall tour of America that will include Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. The trek begins Sept. 4 in San Diego, Calif and wraps up Oct. 3 in Los Angeles and includes stops in major cities across the country.
You never forget your first. Of course, we’re talking about guitars. Did you think we meant something else? The nerve of some people. Either way, in a new interview, Slash discusses the instruments on which he got his start.
That Velvet Revolver reunion story from a few hours ago was pretty exciting, right? Well… hold onto that happy feeling, because according to Slash that’s all you’re going to get for a while: “I have absolutely no intention of going back to that.”
Today Levon Helm joins what is surely a kickass house band in heaven, Slash explains the genesis behind some of your favorite Guns N’ Roses songs, and we give you a sneak peek at Paul Simon’s new documentary.
During a longer conversation about song and lyric writing, Slash told a few stories about how songs like ‘Paradise City’ and ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ came to be. The guitarist tells Metro Lyrics that the well-known Guns N’ Roses hits were pretty spontaneous.
Marshall Amplification founder Jim Marshall passed away last week, causing an outpouring of love from rockers that used his famous amps. Marshall died at age 88 and was beloved by the rock community. He was known as the ‘Father of Loud.’
Guitar legend Slash visited the Ultimate Classic Rock offices recently to talk about a variety of topics, including his upcoming guest appearance on the new album from former Guns N’ Roses pal Steven Adler.
Slash has released more details on his second solo album, the follow-up to the 2010 ‘Slash’ project which featured a crowd of guest-vocalists. ‘Apocalyptic Love’ will feature Myles Kennedy on vocals and be released on May 22 through Slash’s Dik Hayd International label.
Slash is a pretty busy guy these days, between filming commercials with Betty White and responding to rumors of a Guns N’ Roses reunion at this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony — but that isn’t enough to keep him from preparing to unleash his new album ‘Apocalyptic Love’ on a rock-starved planet, or from recording a new video teaser, complete with a bit of the first single ‘You’re a Lie.’
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