SLASH Interviewed On 'Lamont And Tonelli Show' (Audio)
On January 27, legendary guitarist Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) was interviewed by Lamont and Sully of the "Lamont And Tonelli Show", which airs on the Bay Area rock station 107.7 The Bone. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.
Slash said in a recent interview that he thought Axl Rose being voted greatest lead singer of all time was "pretty fucking cool," adding, "We may have had our differences and this and that and the other, but I will never undermine the fact that I thought GUNS N' ROSES, when it was originally together, was one of the best rock bands, and Axl has always in my mind been one of the best frontmen/lyricists in rock and roll, period."
Slash is currently touring behind his self-titled solo album as the opening act for Ozzy Osbourne.
The guitarist said that a decision on VELVET REVOLVER's new vocalist will be coming in the next few weeks. The band has reportedly been working with one fairly well-known singer — rumored to be SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR frontman Corey Taylor — but has yet to announce whether he will join the band.
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