Slash ft. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators are currently touring in support of their fourth CD, Living the Dream which was released on September 21st, via Snakepit/Roadrunner Records.
Watch photos and reactions from GUNS N’ ROSES warm up gig at “The Troubadour” in West Hollywood last night. GUNS N’ ROSES has still not officially announced the lineup of musicians for their tour reunion who will take the stage tonight beyond singer Axl Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan, but confirmed at last night’s […]
It was about three years ago when shock rock legend Alice Cooper was talking about doing a cover album. Tribute style album to his “dead friends” like Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon. Since then not much information was released and it would appear that this album would never happen. Earlier this year Alice Cooper announce that he was in the process of reanimate the Hollywood Vampires, an early 1970’s club for famous rock stars on the Sunset Strip. This reanimation would include the help from none other then Joe Perry of Aerosmith and Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp. And what was meant to be a simple Alice Cooper cover album, turned into something much bigger. Particularly when Rock ‘n Roll legends such as Brian Johnson, Paul McCartney, Slash, Kip Winger and many more joined this endeavour.
As the final day of the Download festival dawns, the sun begins to dry out wet tents and gives hope for a day without puddles and ponchos. With a list of at least 10 must-see bands today, we set a course for the arena..
To produce 17 tracks of this calibre is no mean feat and the adulation being aimed at him, Myles, Brent and Todd is nothing if not deserved.
The fact that the guitar playing and the songwriting are both of a very high quality may not be much of a surprise, but what is a surprise is Tremonti’s vocals…
The riff work and the solos have a distinctive sound that recalls the APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION era and mixes it with the more modern sleaze rock sounds of bands like BUCKCHERRY…
I guess the powers to be must of gave a thumbs up for his recent record, because to let Slash hit the road with a new rhythm section and to let a guy like Kennedy, which has a very good voice sing some old rock staples from the Guns period