Kathy McCabe of Australia's Daily Telegraph conducted an interview with Slash when the legendary VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist was in Sydney on April 30, 2010. Watch the chat below.
Slash performed at Melbourne, Australia's Palace Theatre on April 28 to celebrate the launch of MTV's latest channel MTV Classic.
The event — titled "MTV Classic: The Launch" — saw Slash performing classic GUNS N' ROSES songs as well as tracks from his new solo album, "Slash", with some of Australia's finest musicians, including ROSE TATTOO frontman Angry Anderson and WOLFMOTHER's Andrew Stockdale.
Slash's setlist for April 28, 2010 at The Palace, Melbourne:
02. Back From Cali
03. Beggars & Hangers-On
04. Nice Boy (with Angry Anderson)
05. Civil War
06. Sucker Train Blues
07. Nothing To Say
09. Slash guitar solo / "Godfather" theme
10. Sweet Child O' Mine
11. By The Sword (with Andrew Stockdale)
12. Woman (with Andrew Stockdale)
14. Paradise City
Check out photos from Getty Images.
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