Slash

When this article was build 2012, Slash was got his 47 years born anniversary [Happy birthday to Gibson Boy]

Now, slash is on Apocalyptic love its not only a new record by musician-rise with a black hat and a magic gift for riffs, to Slash and three co-conspirators, it was destiny. And everyone involved is ready to go. For fans of Guns N ‘Roses Appetite for Destruction since its release two days before her 25th birthday 22 years ago this July, one can not become radioactive with enthusiasm.

Saul Hudson (born July 23, 1965), known by his stage name Slash, is a British-American musician and songwriter. He is best known as the former lead guitarist of the American hard rock band Guns N’ Roses, with whom he achieved worldwide success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. During his later years with Guns N’ Roses, Slash formed the side project Slash’s Snakepit. He then co-founded the supergroup Velvet Revolver, which re-established him as a mainstream performer in the mid to late 2000s. Slash has since released two solo albums, Slash (2010), featuring an all-star roster of guest musicians, and Apocalyptic Love (2012), recorded with his band.

Slash then nailed the “Back from Cali” it’s like, I was delighted when he accepted the offer ‘you are ready to go on tour with us?’. “For the Boston-born lead singer of a rock quartet based in Florida hard, Alter Bridge, the show is an opportunity to expand his personal portfolio while explore some of the synergies of music with artists he had long admired.

“It’s an interesting way from the mid 90s until now,” says Slash. “I never stopped to think, ‘What am I gonna do in the long run?” Or reflect on my solo career, where he was headed. I was just jamming around, everywhere will have to take my muse. And this is the first time where I felt like being in the saddle and ride my own destiny with some original focus. ”

“The entire album was recorded as live performance footage where the band was all arranged together in a big space,” observes producer Eric Valentine, who Barefoot Recording Studios in Hollywood provide fertile ground for love sonic bloom. “Slash plays solo as a drum-friends live down. The vocal overdubs for Myles Kennedy played rhythm guitar. All the things that Todd Kerns ‘bass, Brent Fitz’ drum, and two major guitar. Slash plays solo while the band was jamming so we do not have to go back and overdub solo well, who really dug. ”

“It was important to capture the essence in a large room as long as I’ve done a recording studio, I always like to keep track of my guitar playing with a real live band,” Slash added. “And I like to do them again because I never enjoyed playing with headphones. So Eric built a small room in the main room just for me, which he called Slash box, where I can play my part and the solo and still see the band, which worked great. ”

“I know that GN’R induction into the Hall of Fame and the 25th anniversary of Appetite was in many people’s minds,” admitted Slash. “But when you take notes, you are only committed to keep the disruption of the process. You have to sort roll with everything as it happens.”

Nuance released Apocalyptic Love is evident throughout the LP’s 13 tracks, like in a real chemistry between Slash and lead singer, Myles Kennedy. The evolution of their creative relationship went full speed since the two first joined forces in 2010, where Slash solo debut release Alter Bridge front man lent pipe to a convoy of dignitaries that included vocalist Iggy Pop, Ian Astbury and Ozzy Osbourne.

Collaboration Slash / Kennedy starts from intuition. “I contacted him out of the blue, she sent one of the songs that I did that turned out to be ‘Starlight’. After Myles contribute their ideas and sent back to Slash, frozen creative forces.” I go, ‘Wow, now That ‘sreally good, “recalls Slash.” I played for Eric Myles, so we flew out to track down this person’s mild mannered and simply appear, like in my attitude, a kind of quiet, not really explosive personality.

Gibson takes a modern master of the rhythm section to fine-tune its chords frenetic and fantastic. After auditioning many drummers, he settled in Brent Fitz. “She’s perfect,” enthuses Slash. “And Brent introduced me to Todd Kerns is not only amazing bass player but hesings like a bastard. This is truly magical – a throw together a band that just right”.

Myles Kennedy and Slash quickly find they have a deep creative chemistry that will spawn a wellspring of ideas brilliant song. “I will write the chords and the concepts and playing them for Myles,” said Slash. “He’ll automatically comply with any song and add a great melody and lyrics. We started putting together the basic settings and tune up.”

Guild Slash and Myles did not ring the bell a little destiny. With songs such as her debut single, “You Lie”, “Standing in the Sun,” “No More Heroes”, “Rain Bad,” and the stunning ballad, “Not for Me,” the voice, lyrics and axes form the holy trinity of outstanding performance , the passion and authenticity. “Not For Me ‘is probably my favorite song on the record, a labor of love and Retrospect,” admitted vocal acrobats. “Lyrics come from my conversations with Slash about some of the bad behavior of the back roads, combined with the things I lived through. I went through a pretty dark period of about 12 years ago, experimenting with things I probably should not really be avoided really worked for me.

The song is about to get up and have illumination is that things needed to change and it’s time to take a different route in life. I think it’s something that many people, not just artists or rock stars, through the different circumstances. It could be anything that does not work, thought patterns, habits, patterns or relationships. ”

Dynamic balance between the front men and their six-string is very critical reflection. Ego can easily burn the torch even the most amazing synergy to the streets burning ash heap.The roll rock n ‘less traveled filled with corpses scattered Duos damaged. But Slash and Myles have been together a dynamic force as the two elements create a natural compound of unique rock energy. The original sense of their mutual admiration and respect beyond the profile and personality. “What I love so much about playing the Slash is a very big emotion he devotes to his craft,” said Myles. “There is a particular pain for the way he bent notes, vibrato. He played so brilliantly on this record, because he has the all the records he made, but there is a touch more beautiful pain in his technique now. Being a guitar player myself, I’m just amazed at the methods and style. ”

Some would argue that Slash has grown with grass-roots relevance and speed of respect over the last decade in which he is now supposed to be included in the ranks did axes mythology, which has been selected by Time magazine survey as the second guitarist Jimi Hendrix on the electric. Stay focused on your music project currently in the midst of a temporary swelling of adulation and speculation swirling is not easy. But somehow, Slash managed to keep his eyes on the prize apocalyptic.

If you are a quarter of a century into your career, how do you maintain personal clarity and connection to the fans? Slash made no secret that he enjoyed the social networking tools and new technologies. “I do not think Twitter and Facebook problems,” he said. “It keeps me in touch with fans. It has always been something I feel very strongly about the opportunity through new media and internet, which of course is a double edged sword – YouTube all that is the way an artist can stay toe to toe with people. I do not never liked to retreat but make an effort to let the fans know where I play and invite them along to rock out, sort of makes me feel like I was part of a large gang-we all do this together. “

The story of Slash after he left Guns n` Roses :

Much to the delight of fans old and new, along with a resume Slash build a fan base all over the world.

Since making the sales history and the global gathering of more than 100 million units by Guns N ‘Roses, Slash’s Snakepit back in 1994, followed by two Velvet Revolver hit LPs, 2005‘sContraband (for the single, “Slither” won a Grammy for Best Hard Rock performance) and Libertad in 2007.

Eventually, Slash came back with a breakthrough, a guest star-studded 2010 solo debut.

In 2011, Slash was honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce named him as an official selection to receive a star on the road in 2012 iconic Hollywood of Fame.

After creating the appearance of many sessions and relaxed lending his six-string genius for an eclectic mix of artists including Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino and Darren Aronovsky; not to mention Guitar Hero III: The Legend of Rock and co- authoring best-selling memoir, begging the question: What next for the London-born, LA-schooled child who found his musical soul when his father played him the Beatles, Stones and The Yardbirds?

“Apocalyptic Love Touring and have fun,” Slash said humbly. “As long as I can plug my Les Paul into Marshall amps, I’ll keep doing what I do.”
Not a bad fate at all.

AWARDS

  • 1986 – The Slash AFD recording guitar is built (May)
  • 1991 – Slash on the cover of Rolling Stone issue #596 (Jan)
  • 2004 – “Sweet Child o’ Mine” voted No. 1 – Total Guitar “the 100 Greatest Riffs”
  • 2004 – “Out ta Get Me” voted No. 51 – Total Guitar “the 100 Greatest Riffs”
  • 2004 – “Welcome to the Jungle” voted No. 21 – Total Guitar “the 100 Greatest Riffs”
  • 2004 – “Paradise City” voted No. 19 – Total Guitar’s “the 100 Greatest Riffs”
  • 2005 – Best Guitarist – Esquire
  • 2005 – “Slither” – Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance
  • 2006 – “Paradise City” voted No. 3 – Total Guitar’s “The 100 Hottest Guitar Solos”
  • 2006 – “Sweet Child O’ Mine” voted No. 30 – Total Guitar’s “The 100 Hottest Guitar Solos”
  • 2006 – “November Rain” voted No. 82 – Total Guitar’s “The 100 Hottest Guitar Solos”
  • 2007 – Riff Lord –Metal Hammer’s 4th annual Golden Gods Awards
  • 2007 – Star – Rock Walk of Fame
  • 2008 – “November Rain” ranked No. 6 – Guitar World’s “The 100 Greatest Guitar Solos”
  • 2008 – “Sweet Child o’ Mine” ranked No. 37 – Guitar World’s “The 100 Greatest Guitar Solos”
  • 2008 – Ranked 21 – Gigwise’s List “The 50 Greatest Guitarists Ever”
  • 2009 – Runner Up – Time Magazine “The 10 Best Electric Guitar Players”
  • 2010 – “Slither” voted as runner-up – Total Guitar’s “The 50 Greatest Riffs of the Decade”
  • 2010 – “By the Sword” voted as No. 22 – Total Guitar’s “The 50 Greatest Riffs of the Decade”
  • 2010 – Honoree and plaque declaring August 26 as “Slash Day” – Sunset Strip Music Festival, award presented by West
    Hollywood Mayor, John Heilman
  • 2011 – No. 65 – Rolling Stone “The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”

Courtesy : Slash Biography Official Website

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