You can’t see his eyes, but he’s lookin’ forward to playin’ here in October…
If you’re not Mr. Brownstone, you shouldn’t ask Slash to dance.
Slash recalls the phone call from the King of Pop.
“I thought a great thing to do would be to try to raise more awareness in the U.S. about how significant the U.S.’s contribution to the ivory trade is because I don’t think a lot of people know what’s going on.”
Fans of the album and Slash’s career will now get to enjoy a North American tour from the shredding great this spring.
He thought he was there to drop a face-melting guitar solo on a Dylan track. That’s not quite how it went down.
Slash opens up about his new solo album, his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Guns N’ Roses, the future of Velvet Revolver and the state of rock ‘n’ roll in 2014.
Hard rock aficionados hungry for heavy riffs and screaming guitar solos will get plenty of both in the form of ‘World on Fire,’ the third solo album from the former Guns N’ Roses guitarist.
Slash’s World on Fire is due out Sept. 16.
Slash has found a new way to make fans scream: by teaming up with Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights.