Legendary guitarist Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES) has added the GUNS N' ROSES classic "Welcome To The Jungle" to the setlist on his current solo tour — marking the first time he has reportedly played the song in many years.
Fan-filmed video footage of Slash performing "Welcome To The Jungle" on Friday, October 1 at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada can be viewed below.
The deluxe edition of Slash's self-titled solo album was released on September 28. The three-disc set includes two CDs and a 52-minute DVD featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the album, performance footage from Australia and Los Angeles, video clips and more.
Three tracks from "Slash" deluxe edition are now available for streaming at Ultimate-Guitar.com.
Slash filmed a video on August 27 for the song "Beautiful Dangerous" with guest singer Fergie (a.k.a. Stacy Ann Ferguson). Slash said in a Twitter posting, "[The] concept is twisted; Fergie's idea."
"Slash" scored the highest new entry on The Billboard 200 chart in early April, with first-week U.S. sales of around 60,000 copies.
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