SLASH, JERRY CANTRELL, JASON BONHAM To Perform At 'Bottle Rock It' Premere Event

According to, legendary VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash and his BLUES BALL BAND will headline the premiere event for "Bottle Rock It", Red Rock Resort's new weekly poolside concert series with a wine-tasting charity option with all proceeds benefiting the Las Vegas Springs Preserve. Slash will perform on July 5 as part of the first of three summer concerts at Red Rock in Las Vegas entitled "Last Man Standing", with each show featuring some of the most talented and legendary musicians in rock and hip hop history. Joining Slash on stage for the launch will be ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell and drummer Jason Bonham (LED ZEPPELIN, FOREIGNER, UFO). Tickets for the event are $30 and available at the door. For an additional $20, guests can enjoy an organic wine tasting section with all proceeds from the wine tasting event benefiting the Las Vegas Springs Preserve.

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