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Slash (who was born Saul Hudson) made his name as the guitarist in Guns N’ Roses, the band that saved rock ‘n’ roll in the late ’80s. The original group made only a handful of records together, and Slash, along with other members, left by the mid-’90s for a solo career. In 2004, along with ex-GNR bandmates Duff Mckagen and Matt Sorum and Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland, Slash formed Velvet Revolver, and immediately scored a No. 1 album with ‘Contraband.’ The band is now on hiatus, and Slash has filled his time by releasing a solo records and working with a new band called the Conspirators, fronted by singer Myles Kennedy.

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Ronnie Montrose Memorial Concert to Feature Slash, Members of Aerosmith, Styx and Night Ranger

This year's NAMM convention weekend will coincide with an all-star memorial concert held in honor of Ronnie Montrose.

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Theo Wargo, Getty Images

Slash’s Solo Band Has Known About Guns N’ Roses Reunion ‘For a Long Time’

Some might have been caught off guard by Guns N' Roses' plans to mount a classic-era reunion, but Slash's solo band weren't among them.

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Mike Coppola / Samir Hussein, Getty Images

Hear Comedian Bill Burr Talk About the Night Slash and Duff McKagan Surprised Him Onstage

Most of us will never know what we'd do if we found ourselves onstage with a couple of Guns N' Roses alumni, but we're pretty sure we wouldn't handle it anywhere near as well as comedian Bill Burr.

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Matt Winkelmeyer, Getty Images

Slash Says He’s Having ‘Tons of Fun’ Right Now

Whatever might have led Slash to reunite with Axl Rose, it doesn't seem to have been a sense that something was missing.

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ages for Coachella

Slash Pays Tribute to Lemmy With ‘Ace of Spades’

Slash and his band welcomed in 2016 by covering Motorhead's biggest hit.

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Kevin Mazur, Getty Images

UPDATED: Guns N’ Roses (Well, Axl Rose and Slash, Anyway) Reportedly to Reunite for 25 Dates Including Coachella

The latest Guns N' Roses reunion rumor involves a possible 25-concert tour featuring a stop at Coachella in 2016 – but may be just as interesting for what it doesn't say.

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Slash 101: Everything You Need to Know About His Career Before and After Guns N’ Roses

We take a look at what Slash has been up to since leaving Guns N' Roses.

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K. Mazur, Getty Images

The Story of Slash and Duff McKagan’s Last Guns N’ Roses Show

When Slash and Duff McKagan walked offstage following Guns N' Roses' July 17, 1993, concert in Buenos Aires, they had no idea it would be their last gig with the band they helped make famous.

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Mike Lawrie / Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Scott Weiland Says Slash’s Ex-Wife Stopped a Velvet Revolver Reunion

Scott Weiland says Velvet Revolver were set for a reunion after appearing together at a 2012 charity gig, before Slash's spouse stepped in.

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Christopher Polk / Jesse Grant / Ian Gavan, Getty Images

Billy Gibbons, Slash, Lemmy and Many More Featured in New Marshall Documentary ‘Father of Loud’

A parade of rock 'n' roll lifers — including Billy Gibbons, Slash, and Lemmy, among many others — turned out to pay tribute to Marshall amps in the upcoming documentary Father of Loud.

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