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.
Slash to Release New Album on Gibson Guitar Record Label
New LP will feature guitarist's backing band, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.
When Ace Frehley and Kings of Chaos Gate-Crashed a Slash Show
Gilby Clarke and Todd Kerns exchange experiences of all-star moment in Milwaukee.
Bret Michaels Wanted Slash in Poison Over C.C. DeVille
Singer says he wanted Guns N' Roses guitarist, but bandmates preferred DeVille.
Duff McKagan Felt 'Culture Shock' Upon Meeting Slash
Bassist dishes on formative Seattle years and move to Los Angeles in recent podcast interview.
Why Slash's Son Deliberately Avoided Learning Guitar
He's now a member of a band featuring the sons of Scott Weiland and Robert Trujillo.
Sons of Guns N' Roses, Metallica and STP Members Form Band
Check out "Long Awaited," the new song from Suspect208.
Slash Leads Eddie Van Halen Tribute at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
GNR guitarist was joined by Metallica's Kirk Hammett and Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello to honor Eddie.
Listen to Slash's Cover of the 'Love Story' Theme Song
GNR guitarist pays tribute to his late friend, film producer Robert Evans.
Listen to Slash Guest with Tom Morello on ‘Interstate 80’
The new EP also features a tribute to Eddie Van Halen.