SLASH's Wife Talks About Finding Hubby In Rolling Stone

Daniel Kreps of RollingStone.com reports: Initially, 1987's "Appetite for Destruction" had little impact on Perla Hudson, the wife of former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist and current VELVET REVOLVER member Slash. "At the time I think I was playing with Barbies, listening to Latin music," Hudson jokes. A few years later, after some growing up, she discovered GUNS N' ROSES, but it wasn't the riffs of "Paradise City" or Axl Rose's wail that attracted Hudson to her future husband's band; it was a pictorial in this magazine that grabbed her attention.

"I remember the issue. Axl was on the cover," she says. "There was a photo of Slash, looking down so you couldn't see his face. All you could see was his belly button." It was love at first partial sight. As the story goes, Hudson told her mother that this mass of hair with a fresh cigarette cemented in his mouth was the man for her.

Read the entire article at RollingStone.com.

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