The guitarist admits that the original Guns N’ Roses members have never discussed a reunion, but says most of the tension between them is gone.
Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators Leave Rockville Stunned: Concert Review + Photo Gallery
Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators will issue their new album ‘Live at the Roxy 9/25/14′ this June.
The Earthday Birthday festival has been alive and well for more than two decades, always attracting a wealth of formidable hard rock and heavy metal artists to the Central Florida area – and this year promises to be no different.
The upcoming run will show the guitarist being accompanied by longtime supporting lineup Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, and will begin following the conclusion of the band’s current two month tour overseas in support of the effort.
Since being named as the second single from ‘World on Fire’ last July, “Bent to Fly” has found a comfortable position within the Top 20 on the Active Rock charts, whereas the album’s title track climbed to #1 following it’s initial release this past June.
The show also landed on the birthday of Dave Grohl, and although some fans thought something special was in store, none could have anticipated the staggering amount of talent which would go on to appear alongside the rock group over the course of the evening.
An impressionable roster of hard rock and heavy metal artists will soon be making their way over to the Jacksonville, Florida, area; the current daily lineups for the 2015 Welcome to Rockville music festival have been released, and details the dozens of groups which will appear over the course of the two day event.
As any one of our casual readers could tell you, 2014 has been quite the memorable year in the world of rock and metal music. Aside from a compilation of impressionable return-to-forms, unforeseeable comebacks, formidable new collaborations and anticipated reunions, we’ve also paid witness to a proud compilation of engaging tours, music videos and live efforts.
My way, your way, (literally!) anything goes when it comes down to comprising material for Guns N’ Roses, and while rock advocates are casually waiting for the band’s follow-up to 2008’s ‘Chinese Democracy,’ which itself was the band’s first in fifteen years, guitarist Richard Fortus has revealed a surprising detail behind those writing sessions.