SLASH Performs At LES PAUL Tribute Concert; Video Available

According to The Plain Dealer, former GUNS N' ROSES and current VELVET REVOLVER guitarist Slash was on hand Saturday night (November 15) at Cleveland's Playhouse Square's State Theatre for a salute to Les Paul, the original guitar hero. The guest of honor forever changed the sound of popular music when he invented a solid-body electric guitar. It came into vogue in the 1950s, along with a guitar-driven style of music called rock 'n' roll.

Slash put on a one-man guitar clinic, coaxing ecstatic squeals and passionate wails during the moody jam "Vocalise".

Read the entire report from The Plain Dealer.

Fan-filmed video footage of Slash's performance at the event can be viewed below (courtesy of "BigMac2395").


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