Slash

Slash and Myles Kennedy

Slash and Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators Announce New Album

Slash and Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators' new album, 'Living The Dream,' drops this fall.
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Dave Grohl and Axl Rose

Foo Fighters & Guns N' Roses Performed Together and Everyone Lost Their Minds

While performing at the Firenze Rocks Music Festival in Italy, the Foo Fighters brought out Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan to perform Guns N' Roses' "It's So Easy."
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LISTEN: Rare Demo Of Guns N' Roses 'Sweet Child O' Mine'

Check out this rare demo of Guns N' Roses performing "Sweet Child O' Mine." Video of Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine RARE DEMO
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Slash

LISTEN: Slash Shares Theme Song for New 'MX vs ATV All Out' Racing Game

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash and Nicholas O’Toole have shared their brand-new song, “Vanishing Point.”
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LISTEN: Guns N' Roses First Radio Interview In 1985

Guns N' Roses did their first ever radio interview in March 1985 before Slash had come on board, led by Izzy Stradlin after Axl Rose failed to turn up in time. The interview, which you can check out below, also features an early version of “Don’t Cry.” Video of KPFK GNR 1985
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Slash Planning New Solo LP For Late 2018

Slash is very excited about his next solo effort for which the recording process has already begun.
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Tom Morello, Jimi Hendrix, Slash, Lenny Kravitz, Chuck Berry

20 Incredible Black Artists in Rock and Roll

In celebration of Black History Month, check out our list of the 20 most incredible African American rockers of all-time!
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WATCH: "Sweet Child O' Mine" With The Bass And Guitar Parts Switched

YouTuber Danilo Vicari highlights the instrumental brilliance of "Sweet Child O' Mine" by transposing Slash's guitar parts for bass and Duff McKagan's bass parts on guitar. Watch the video below. Video of Sweet Child O Mine BUT Bass And Guitar Are Swapped!
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Watching These Kids Listen to Guns N Roses is Amazing

In a recent “Kids React To” video, a group of kids, ages 6-13 years old, learned all about Guns N’ Roses. The lesson plan included listening to several of the band’s songs (“Welcome to the Jungle,” “Mr. Brownstone,” “Paradise City,” “My Michelle,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” and “Live and Let Die”) and...
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Recording artist Gregg Allman performs at the Hard Rock Live

The Musical Community Shares Touching Tributes to Gregg Allman

The passing of Gregg Allman this weekend (May 27) has left the musical world in mourning, as evidenced by just a few of the many tributes posted (below) over the past few days.
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