Slash has been seen in animated form before, whether it be in his 'Bad Rain' video or appearing in a 'Phineas & Ferb' film and music video, but he's never quite looked as he does in the 'Angry Birds Space' game.
Tragic news for fans of veteran blues-rock band Ten Years After. The band's founding guitarist and singer Alvin Lee has died at the age of 68 after complications during "routine surgery." The career of Alvin Lee is incredibly distinguished, and as a result, rock and metal legends Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Slash, Joe Satriani, Glenn Hughes and others have paid tribute to Lee in a series of memorial statements.
Slash has been making his way around the world in support of his 'Apocalyptic Love' album, and during a recent visit to the Czech Republic he shared his thoughts on the Randy Blythe manslaughter trial and his perception of the legal system from the outside.
Slash is digging a little deeper into his 'Apocalyptic Love' album with a new video for the track, 'Anastasia.' The clip is a live performance of the song, presented by I Heart Radio, that shows off the guitarist and his band's live prowess.
Today marks a day of reflection for many as we remember the tragic 9/11 attacks in New York, Washington, D.C. and Shanksville, Pa. Amidst terrorism, there were also great acts of heroism with many sacrificing their lives to protect others.
Slash has moved on with his career, as have many of his former Guns N’ Roses bandmates. Even Guns N’ Roses have moved on, with Axl Rose fronting the group that features a completely different lineup. But still, there are always questions about if a reunion of the original band will ever take place.
While there remains continual doubt about if and when Velvet Revolver will ever return to the stage with a new singer, it’s at least nice to know that the core group of former Guns N’ Roses members remain on a friendly basis. That was definitely on display Friday night (July 13) in Seattle when Duff McKagan dropped in on his old pal Slash for a performance at the Paramount Theatre.
Before there was Slash, there was Saul Hudson, a British-born kid who moved to the United States for his formative years. But it wasn’t until he became a mischievous teen that he earned the nickname for which people now recognize him.
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