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Slash

Waiting for a former key player of one of your favorite bands to release material from their solo project is like waiting to see if your new baby will come out as the next Gerber princess or a wrinkled, burping toad. It's with a big sigh of relief then that Slash's Snakepit's second release, "Ain't Life Grand," opens with stairway to hell riffs from Slash's Les Paul. Behind the top hat, the curtain of black curls, and the snarling cigarette smile, this is a guy who knows how to strike the rock 'n' roll chords. After getting the steel-toed boot out of Guns N' Roses from Axl Rose, Slash has already gone through one Snakepit vocalist and is now working with singer Rod Jackson. Of course, Jackson's Sammy Hagar raspy bravado can't come close to touching Rose's signature style, but these songs are really all about Slash anyway. The guitar god still worships beneath the wings of Aerosmith, getting bluesy one moment and basely the next in a mix that looses the GnR grit for a shot of straight up rock.

Slash Concert Films

  • Live at The Sydney Entertainment Centre

    Slash

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 2 hr 26 min

    On Saturday 25th August, the guitar legend Slash, frontman Myles Kennedy and their band The Conspirators played a blistering show at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Aided and abetted by frontman Myles Kennedy and their band The Conspirators (guitarist Frank Sidoris, bassist Todd Kerns and drummer Brent Fitz), the iconic axeman delivered a searing set featuring Guns 'N' Roses classics like 'Sweet Child O' Mine', 'Paradise City' and 'Nightrain', Velvet Revolver's choicest cuts 'Sliver' and 'Fall To Pieces' and stand-out Slash moments like 'Halo' and 'You're A Lie' from his new album 'Apocalyptic Love'
     
     
  • Made in Stoke

    Slash

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 2 hr 6 min

    Recorded at the Victoria Hall in Stoke-On-Trent, England on July 24th, this concert marked Slash’s return to the town in which he grew up. The show came towards the end of his 2010/11 world tour in support of his debut solo album “Slash.” Lead vocals on the tour were handled by Myles Kennedy of AlterBridge and the setlist featured tracks from his solo album, from his albums with both Slash’s Snakepit and Velvet Revolver, and classic songs that he co-wrote for Guns’n’Roses.
     
     
  • Turn It Up

    Various Artists

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 27 min

    A celebration of the electric guitar, hosted by Kevin Bacon and featuring interviews & performances by B.B. King, Slash, Les Paul, Robby Krieger, John 5, Paul Stanley, Skunk Baxter, Jerry Cantrell, Nancy Wilson, and many more.
     
     

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