MYLES KENNEDY On SLASH's Work Ethic: 'He's Just Relentless'

MYLES KENNEDY On SLASH's Work Ethic: 'He's Just Relentless'

In a brand new interview with the New York Post, Myles Kennedy spoke about the camaraderie and respect between him and GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash. Kennedy sang lead vocals on a pair of songs that appeared on Slash's eponymous solo debut album in 2010 before taking a more central role — under the SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS banner — on 2012's "Apocalyptic Love", 2014's "World On Fire" and 2018's "Living The Dream".

"I think one of the things that's rubbed off on me with Slash is his work ethic," said Kennedy. "It's pretty intense. He's just relentless, and I think seeing that is inspiring, especially that he's had the amount of success that he's had, he doesn't have to do that. He can kind of just rest on his laurels and be like, 'Okay, I've done this, I'm good, and I don't have to work this hard anymore.' It almost feels as the years go on he wants to work harder and harder and harder. I don't know where it comes from. I think it's just for the love of the game."

Slash told The Pulse Of Radio a while back that his partnership with Kennedy has been easy from the start. "We work really well together," he said. "I never really thought about how that's progressing. It's real natural. So it's like any kind of sort of close relationship, where I think we established it really, really early on and now we're just sort of doing our thing, you know. Yeah, I don't know what else to say — it's just a really cool kind of synergy that we've got."

"Living The Dream" was released in September 2018 via Slash's own label Snakepit Records, in partnership with Roadrunner Records. The disc is Slash's fourth solo album, and third with Slash and his bandmates Kennedy (vocals), Brent Fitz (drums), Todd Kerns (bass and vocals) and Frank Sidoris (guitar and vocals). The artwork was created by renowned visual artist Ron English.

The "Living The Dream" sessions saw the band reunite with producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette, who also helmed "World On Fire".

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