SLASH, MATT SORUM, DUFF MCKAGAN, GLENN HUGHES, COREY TAYLOR To Perform At 'Dolphin Project' Benefit
KINGS OF CHAOS — the touring project featuring former GUNS N' ROSES members Matt Sorum, Slash and Duff McKagan, along with Glenn Hughes from BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION and DEEP PURPLE, SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR's Corey Taylor and BILLY IDOL's Steve Stevens — will play a special concert on November 18 at Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. The event is a benefit for Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project, an international organization dedicated to restoring freedom for all captive dolphins and whales.
KINGS OF CHAOS performs some of the individual bandmembers' greatest hits in a two-hour display of frenzied guitar riffs, pounding drums, resonating bass and trademark raspy vocals.
KINGS OF CHAOS made its Australian live debut on April 20 at the Stone Music Festival at Sydney's ANZ Stadium.
KINGS OF CHAOS toured South and Central America last year under the name ROCK 'N' ROLL ALLSTARS.
The band will embark on a new South American tour at the end of November.
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