Slash surprises School of Rock cast at rehearsal

The young cast of School of Rock on Broadway got a special surprise while they were rehearsing “Sweet Child o’ Mine” — a visit from Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash himself.

Slash joined the cast mid-performance, while one of the young actors was nailing the famous guitar solo. When the latter realizes that Slash plays along with him, he’s awestruck—you can see his jaw drop—but he and the rest of the cast keep playing like the professionals they are. Slash also performs “Paradise City” and chats with the young cast.

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Guns N' Roses: Axl Rose and Slash reunite for Los Angeles concert

The last time Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses and Slash performed together on stage, it was during their 1993 gig in Buenos Aires. That is, until Friday night. The pair reunited with bassist Duff McKagan on Friday for a reunion concert in Los Angeles that marks the first of a streak of April gigs. 

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Guns N' Roses tease 21-city North American tour with new video

Axl Rose, Slash, and Duff McKagan will reunite to headline Coachella next month, but Guns N’ Roses will also head out on tour this summer. The group tweeted a video Friday that mentioned 21 cities they’ll visit in the warmer months, and McKagan reiterated the plans by sharing the city list, which includes New York, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, and Toronto.

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Slash honors Lemmy with 'Ace of Spades' performance

Add Slash to the growing list of musicians who have paid tribute to Motörhead’s Ian Fraser “Lemmy” Kilmister, who died on Dec. 28. The guitarist took to the stage New Year’s Eve at Las Vegas’ House of Blues — blocks away from another high-profile cover performance — to provide his take on the classic Motörhead cut “Ace of Spades.”

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See Slash play the national anthem with USC's marching band

The University of Southern California marching band kicked off its Saturday football game against the University of California, Los Angeles with a rousing performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner” — with a little help from a rock star special guest.

Slash joined the USC marching band on electric guitar to perform the national anthem before kickoff at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Guns ‘N Roses guitarist may have proved good luck for the Trojans: USC beat UCLA 40 to 21.

Watch Slash’s performance below. 

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Slash thinks you should watch Bride of Frankenstein this Halloween

Guns N’ Roses guitar legend Slash loves horror movies maybe even more than he loves top hats. 

The musician, who has his own genre production company Slash Fiction, produced the 2013 terror tale Nothing Left to Fear and is currently prepping another, The Hell The Within, more information about which can be found at the movie’s FanBacked page.

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Slash says he and Axl Rose have reconciled: 'It's very cool at this point'

Slash left Guns N’ Roses in 1996 in the wake of a feud with frontman Axl Rose. But any hard feelings appeared to have softened over the years.

The 50-year-old guitarist chatted with Sweden’s Aftonbladet in a video posted Saturday, and the interviewer mentioned he heard that Slash and Rose had recently reconciled. Slash confirmed the truce.

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Slash launches FanBacked crowdfunding campaign for horror movie The Hell Within -- exclusive footage

Ex-Guns N’ Roses member Slash is wearing a couple of hats these days — and that’s not a reference to his fondness for stylish but outsized headgear. While continuing to maintain his status as a rock guitar legend with albums and tours, the man born Saul Hudson has also recently picked up the metaphorical stogie of the film producer.

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