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.
Nuno Bettencourt and Richard Fortus Bury Hatchet Over Slash Row
"We're all great players, and there's no need for anybody to be f---ing arguing about anything stupid like this."
Slash Is Prepping an All-Star 'Blues-Oriented' Album for 2024
Guns N' Roses guitarist confirms Demi Lovato is one of the guests.
30 Years Ago: Slash and Duff McKagan's Last Classic-Era GNR Show
They wouldn't play with singer Axl Rose again until an unexpected partial reunion more than two decades later.
Hear Slash Solo on Demi Lovato's 'Sorry Not Sorry (Rock Version)'
It will appear on the singer's upcoming rerecording album, 'Revamped.'
Slash and Wolfgang Van Halen Play on 'Barbie' Song 'I'm Just Ken'
Ryan Gosling sings the "big '80s-style power ballad."
How Slash Helps Duff McKagan Through His Panic Attacks
Bassist has experienced episodes since he was a teenager, but his bandmate knows how to calm him.
Listen to Slash, Dolly Parton on Chris Janson's Song '21 Forever'
Country rock track has a certain "November Rain" vibe, with help from Guns N' Roses guitarist.
See Slash and Billy Gibbons Lead All-Star Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute
Performance celebrated Skynyrd's 50th anniversary and honored the memory of Gary Rossington.
Slash and Billy Gibbons to Lead All-Star Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute
Guitarists will honor the Southern rock icons during the CMT Music Awards.
How Slash's First Solo Album Rekindled His Love of Music
'It's Five O'Clock Somewhere' reminded the Guns N' Roses guitarist how much fun it was to be in a band.