Slash remembers getting first confused with Axl Rose: “That’s when I realized where music and singing really meet”

SLASH remembers jamming with AXL ROSE for the first time:

guns not flowers guitar player scale down He recently participated in a “fans first” interview with Revolver magazine in which he shared his history as a music fan, from interviews with rolling stones And Aerosmith To work with top-notch singers like Axel Rose And Miles Kennedy.

He talks about his relationship with working with AxlAnd scale down Said (as written by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “I worked with different singers, on and off, for a while, then when I met Axl And we started jamming together, he was the only singer who brought emotional content that had an impact on me on an emotional level, on an energy level. The song suddenly took it to a whole new level, and I felt it. That’s when I realized where music and singing really meet. Because before that, everyone I was working with sucked and didn’t take advantage of it, and I’d rather play it in a meaningful way. But that’s when I first really got to that poignant feeling that you get when things connect on a lyrical level, on a vocal level, on a music level.”

guns She launched her much-anticipated and much-anticipated tour with The Club Show in April 2016 in Hollywood and appearances in Las Vegas and California. Coachella festival.

guns not flowersReunion tour featuring members of the classic squad scale downAnd A rose and guitarist Duff McCagan Powered by guitarist Richard Fortusdrummer Frank Ferrerkeyboard player dizzy reed The second keyboard player Melissa Reese.

In a 2020 interview with Guitar player‘s “No guitar is safe” audio notation, scale down Talk about how he feels when he steps back on stage with him guns not flowers For the first time in more than two decades at the band’s Troubadour concert in West Hollywood, California.

“This was our first party,” scale down He said. “I think probably the last time we played there was in 1985. I don’t think we played there in 1986. Maybe 1985 was the last time we played there.”[The April 2016 concert was] Our first show together after 20 years. We obviously have more gear and crew than we had back in the day, I’ll tell you more. It was loud. There was so much fun. It was an almost touching moment to just stand there and look at that crowd in this kind of room and have that kind of nostalgic feeling.”

in 2019, scale down Tell Guitar.com Where he came back with his first concert guns not flowers It was an ‘overwhelming’ experience. “It was very cool,” he said. “Because it’s been such a long time – we’re talking 20+ years from the last show in 1994… It’s been 22 years since we last played together. And obviously I’ve played with warm [since then] But there is a certain dynamic in the three of us together. It was amazing, a really great experience.”

scale down And his bandmates played their final show “we, re back” It takes place on October 4th at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

“we, re back!” Came in the wake “Not at this age” The run that became the No. 3 highest-grossing round in Billboard Boxscore history.

As stated earlier, guns not flowers He will be releasing a new album of four songs, “Hard School”, on February 25, 2022. The effort, which is limited to guns not flowers The official store, contains two new songs released by the band in the past two months – the title track and “silly” (stylized as “ABSUЯD”) – In addition to the live versions of “do not Cry” And “you are crazy”.

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