Legendary guitarist Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES) has scheduled the following dates in Australia in August:
Aug. 11 - Melbourne, Australia - Palace Theatre
Aug. 12 - Brisbane, Australia - The Tivoli
Aug. 16 - Sydney, Australia - Enmor
Slash performed the song "Back To Cali" on the April 12 edition of "Lopez Tonight", comedian George Lopez's new talk show on TBS. Watch Slash's appearance below.
As previously reported, Todd Kerns (SIN CITY SINNERS, STATIC IN STEREO, AGE OF ELECTIC) has replaced Dave Henning (BIG WRECK) on bass in Slash's touring band. The rest of the group consists of rhythm guitarist Bobby Schneck (WEEZER, GREEN DAY), drummer Brent Fitz (ALICE COOPER, VINCE NEIL) and vocalist Myles Kennedy from ALTER BRIDGE.
Slash's solo album came out on April 6. To kick off the release, Slash was the featured performer at Revolver Golden Gods Awards, with several of his album collaborators making special guest appearances.
The guitarist uses a different guest vocalist on each track, including Fergie, M. Shadows, Kid Rock, Chris Cornell, Dave Grohl, Lemmy Kilmister, Iggy Pop and others.
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