Slash’s Conspirators Bandmate Has Known ‘For A Long Time’ About Guns N’ Roses Reunion Plans – Blabbermouth.net

Todd Kerns, the bassist for Slash’s backing band, MYLES KENNEDY & THE CONSPIRATORS, says that he has has known about the plans for a “semi-reunion” of the classic lineup of GUNS N’ ROSES “for a long time” and insists that he supports the guitarist “wholeheartedly to dive into this experience.”

Kilde: Slash’s Conspirators Bandmate Has Known ‘For A Long Time’ About Guns N’ Roses Reunion Plans – Blabbermouth.net

Axl Rose, Slash And Duff Mckagan Officially Confirmed For Guns N’ Roses Reunion – Blabbermouth.net

GUNS N’ ROSES has issued a press release confirming that guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan will rejoin singer Axl Rose for the band’s upcoming performances at this year’s Coachella Music And Arts Festival. GUNS N’ ROSES will play on April 16 and April 23 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. There is no word on whether original guitarist Izzy Stradlin or drummer Steven Adler will appear. Consequence Of Sound says that Adler’s original replacement, Matt Sorum, is also on board, while other reports have suggested that current drummer Frank Ferrer and guitarist Richard Fortus will round out the lineup.Tickets for Coachella Music And Arts Festival go on sale Wednesday, January 6 at 11:00 a.m. via Coachella.com.

Kilde: Axl Rose, Slash And Duff Mckagan Officially Confirmed For Guns N’ Roses Reunion – Blabbermouth.net

Watch Slash’s Tribute To Scott Weiland

Slash dedicated the Velvet Revolver song “Sucker Train Blues” to his late bandmate Scott Weiland at his New Years Eve show in Las Vegas with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. Slash discussed the recent losses of Lemmy Kilmister and Weiland, “These amazingly talented, fucking original, character driven fucking personalities. We lost them both this year, so we’ll dedicate this one to Scott. It’s called ‘Sucker Train Blues.’”

Kilde: Watch Slash’s Tribute To Scott Weiland

Slash Pays Tribute To Lemmy With ‘Ace Of Spades’ Performance (Video) – Blabbermouth.net

SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY & THE CONSPIRATORS paid tribute to iconic MOTÖRHEAD frontman Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister last night (Thursday, December 31) by performing the MOTÖRHEAD classic “Ace Of Spades” during their concert at the House Of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be seen below.

Kilde: Slash Pays Tribute To Lemmy With ‘Ace Of Spades’ Performance (Video) – Blabbermouth.net

Slash Shoots Down Claim His Relationship With Axl Rose Was Torn Over Michael Jackson Collaboration – Blabbermouth.net

“You know what?! I’ve been hearing a lot about this particular interview from a lot of people that he really pissed off,” Slash replied (hear audio below). “And I’ve heard that. And I don’t think there’s any truth to that. I mean, obviously, the band stayed together for years after that whole thing. And it wasn’t a big deal at the time. And if it did piss anybody off, it was something that went away. So I don’t think it had anything to do with the original GUNS N’ ROSES’ demise.”

Slash also explained that he doesn’t go out of his way to read any of Goldstein’s interviews that have to do with GUNS N’ ROSES. “I don’t wanna read or hear that guy’s B.S., so I just avoid it,” he said. “That way I stay sane. [Laughs]”

via Slash Shoots Down Claim His Relationship With Axl Rose Was Torn Over Michael Jackson Collaboration – Blabbermouth.net.

Ex-GN’R Members Slash, Duff McKagan + Gilby Clarke Perform Together | Loudwire

Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators were playing shows in Argentina this weekend and had a few special guests join them onstage. Former Guns N’ Roses members Duff McKagan and Gilby Clarke performed with Slash during his March 7 show. According to Blabbermouth, McKagan played two songs with Slash: “It’s So Easy” and “Paradise City,” and Clarke joined the duo for the latter. Watch the “Paradise City” performance above, which begins with a “Guns N’ Roses” chant from the audience. Check out a video of “It’s So Easy” below.

The two former GN’R members didn’t have far to travel to join Slash onstage as McKagan’s Loaded and Gilby Clarke + Coverheads served as the openers for Slash’s March 7 date. The day before the mini-reunion, McKagan also joined Slash to perform both of those songs. You can see video from the March 6 performance below.

Slash and McKagan were part of the original Guns N’ Roses lineup, while Clarke was added to the group in 1991 replacing rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin after he quit the band.

Recently the band’s first drummer, Steven Adler, has been talking a lot about his desire to get the original lineup of Guns N’ Roses to record new music and a tour. Meanwhile, current member DJ Ashba says the most recent lineup is focusing on a new album and planning a huge tour.

via Ex-GN'R Members Slash, Duff McKagan + Gilby Clarke Perform Together | Loudwire.

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