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SLASH TV Appearances


(Updated November 2006)

SLASH has been a great guest on many TV shows. He's done comedy shows, variety shows, and even a cartoon show. Mostly he appears as himself and plays guitar or is interviewed. SLASH is fun to watch and is said to be easy to work with and very professional. Let's hope he does even more in the coming TV seasons. If you know of some shows that are missing, send the information (TV show name, date of appearance (just year if you don't have the complete date), and what he did. Send to SLASH Page. Thanks!

TELEVISION

Volkswagen Commercial
Aired on TV in October 2006

Volkswagen did some commercials of guitar players using special guitars plugged into speakers made out of Volkswagen. One of the guitar players was the Spinal Tap guy. The best one was SLASH in his all black and silver outfit with the black and silver VWs and a black and silver guitar. You can see the commercial on-line at the Volkswagen web site. Click here for the link. When you get there, look for the SLASH thumbnail and click on that to see this great commercial.


How the Stars Get Hot
VH1 - April 14, 2003

SLASH appeared on this VH1 special in a section just about him. It was a show about rock clothing designers, and SLASH showed off a pair of black leather pants that had been made for him.


Trading Spaces
Discovery Channel


Teddy Zigzag played in GNR, was the vocalist/keyboardist in SLASH's Blues Ball, and just generally has been a friend and fellow musician with SLASH. The Trading Spaces show came out to Teddy's house to film a makeover. This show is where you trade houses with a neighbor and change it all over using the ideas and help of the cast. SLASH dropped in to see what was going on! He looked at the sewing and in general seemed to be in the way! It was a great episode.



SLASH on South Park
100th Anniversary

SLASH appeared on the 100th episode anniversary of the cartoon South Park. The episode was called "I'm A Little Bit Country".


SLASH on "Set In Skin"
8/25/03


This show was about the tatoos that that various rockers have. He had a section all to himself and showed all his cool tats. Right now (early 2005), he has the SLASH one on his right bicep and the DTUD (drink till u drop) one on his left bicep. On his back, there is the Snakepit logo on his left shoulder and his wife's lips smoking on his right shoulder. On his tummy, he has a wacky cat to the right of his belly button and below it. Then he has his wife's name Perla on his left arm and the two sons' names around his middle (London and Cash). Quite a few!

SLASH on "Celebrity Pets Unleashed"
January 29, 2001

SLASH appeared on this VH1 show. He had a section of the show all to himself. He appeared with his snakes.


Michael Jackson Tribute
9/10/2001 (Note the date of this live concert)

SLASH appeared with MJ at his tribute. They played some songs together and some with the Jacksons. The venue was in New York City. This was the night before the World Trade Center bombings and SLASH was still in the City at the time. He was uptown though and left by car shortly thereafter.



Jimmy Kimmel Live
ABC - March 24-28, 2003
SLASH Co-Hosts

SLASH co-hosted the Jimmy Kimmel Live show, and he did a great job. Other guests came and went during the week including SLASH's friend, Robert Evans, but SLASH anchored the couch. One evening he played with the studio band, and they rocked! A great week for SLASH fans. To read all about it, go to the News sections in the March 2003 archives.


Kid Notorious
Comedy Channel - Wednesdays 9:30pm beginning October 22, 2003
SLASH Appears as Himself

SLASH is a great friend of legendary producer Robert Evans (The Godfather, Rosemary's Baby, etc.). Evans had an idea for a limited run comedy cartoon comedy series based on his adventures. He called this "Kid Notorious", and one of the running characters is his pal, SLASH. SLASH appears in cartoon version as himself and his own voice is used in the series. For more information, see the October 2003 of the archived News.


SPACE GHOST
CARTOON NETWORK - JULY 18, 1995
Episode - "SLEEPER"

"Space Ghost" is a really wacky cartoon show with a Space Ghost cartoon followed by some funny interchanges between Host Space Ghost and one or more guests. Many rockers have appeared on this show. In the episode featuring SLASH, Hulk Hogan was another guest. SLASH was so funny! Click on Space Ghost below for a transcript of the SLASH part of the show:



TALES FROM THE CRYPT
EPISODE #77 - IN THE GROOVE
1995 (?)

"Tales From The Crypt" was a scary show featuring the Cryptkeeper introducing each epispode. SLASH appeared in this episode as a successful disc jockey. He was dressed in his leather clothes and top hat. He didn't have too many lines, but he spoke his very easily. He did a nice job and was very believable. And he didn't kill anyone or become psychotic!


THE DREW CAREY SHOW
September 30, 1998

"The Drew Carey Show" is a comedy show. Drew Carey likes rock music, and sometimes he has rockers on as guests. In this show, SLASH plays himself. Drew Carey is looking to put his old band together from high school, but they need a lead guitarist. He holds auditions, and all kinds of guitar gods turn up! And one of them is SLASH. The verdict from the band is to get rid of SLASH because he will make the rest of the band look horrible. SLASH offers that he can play show tunes, but the Drew Carey band decides to pass on SLASH.


PENN & TELLER'S
SIN CITY SPECTACULAR
1998

Together since 1975, Penn and Teller's award-winning theater and magic show has been a long running hit on and off-Broadway. The duo keeps a busy touring schedule, performing live more than 100 times this year alone. The pairís most recent and most ambitious project is their weekly, Emmy nominated variety series, Penn & Tellerís Sin City Spectacular, is on the Fx Network. Taped on location in Las Vegas, the show features appearances by top movie, television and music stars, eclectic variety performers and new, never before seen Penn & Teller magic tricks. SLASH has been on the show twice. His first appearance was as part of the studio band. Penn & Teller were doing a magic trick right in front of the band, so SLASH was easily seen.


PENN & TELLER'S
SIN CITY SPECTACULAR
Episode #104 - August 10, 1998

Together since 1975, Penn and Teller's award-winning theater and magic show has been a long running hit on and off-Broadway. The duo keeps a busy touring schedule, performing live more than 100 times this year alone. The pairís most recent and most ambitious project is their weekly, Emmy nominated variety series, Penn & Tellerís Sin City Spectacular, is on the Fx Network. Taped on location in Las Vegas, the show features appearances by top movie, television and music stars, eclectic variety performers and new, never before seen Penn & Teller magic tricks. SLASH has been on the show twice. In his second appearance, SLASH had his own segment of the show and performed his famous "rat in the hat" trick for Penn & Teller. Before and after the trick, SLASH did some of the best guitar soloing we've heard! He seemed very relaxed doing his trick, and of course during his solo. It was a thrill to see SLASH onstage alone, facing that sophisticated Vegas audience, and seeing them all cheer when he finished. The show's guest list was: Snake (with Alice Cooper), Long Twins (contortionists), Balloon of Blood, Andy Dick's Salute to Tap Dancing, Slash (with a magic trick), Jimmy Pardo, Table Top Theater, Space Hog, Forever Tango, Who's On First with Penn & Gilbert Gottfried.


POLITICALLY INCORRECT WITH BILL MAHER
July 17, 1996

"Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher" is first and foremost a comedy show. The format is a four member group discussion of some topical issues. Given the diversity of the guests, ranging from movie stars to politicians to musicians to writers, the debate sometimes gets heated and often turns intelligently funny. The term "politically incorrect" is used to mean "conservative", but Bill Maher contends the term really means "honest". SLASH has appeared on the show twice. On this show, he appeared with an athlete, the man who writes the best dressed list, and a woman. SLASH was funny and made some interesting comments.


POLITICALLY INCORRECT WITH BILL MAHER
June 16, 1998

"Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher" is first and foremost a comedy show. The format is a four member group discussion of some topical issues. Given the diversity of the guests, ranging from movie stars to politicians to musicians to writers, the debate sometimes gets heated and often turns intelligently funny. The term "politically incorrect" is used to mean "conservative", but Bill Maher contends the term really means "honest". SLASH has appeared on the show twice. On this show, SLASH seemed in good spirits. He contributed to the discussion on "do we really need to know this?" items in the news. SLASH told a story about his experiences with the airlines when he became hostile during a flight. The discussion concerned the many incidences of passenger hostility and violence and what could be done. SLASH said not being able to smoke is a problem, but if they take away liquor (which other guests suggested), people will dive out of the plane. He said he once had to be restrained on a flight from Australia because it was so long and boring. Give him his guitar!!


SLASH AND SLASH
ESPN - PITTSBURGH/BALTIMORE NFL GAME INTRODUCTION
November 9, 1997

ESPN had the idea of doing a short sports feature before the Steeler game they would broadcast on November 9 (Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore). This would feature two cool guys who both play super well and are both named SLASH! So guess which cool SLASH came to Pittsburgh?? SLASH was so great! He really rocked Pittsburgh. Kordell "Slash" Stewart" had been playing three positions for Pittsburgh: quarterback, running back and wide receiver. He did so well at quarterback, that he was taken off the other positions and became the quarterback of this NFL team. The ESPN caption said "SLASH - formerly of Guns N'Roses". And then they showed Kordell Stewart and it said "Slash - formerly RB/WR".

HISTORY OF PINBALL
DirecTV - 1997

DirecTV had SLASH appear on a show called History of Pinball. His section of the show was all SLASH - he knows the machines and the game THAT well. He designed the Guns N'Roses pinball game which is the loudest game ever made! Who do you think came up with that idea!? SLASH talks about the GNR pinball game and pinball itself. Interesting to see a SLASH hobby!

LATER WITH JOOLS
UK - November 8, 1997

Later with Jools is a UK late night show similar to Letterman and Leno in the US. SLASH and Blackstreet made an appearance on this show and performed "Fix". SLASH worked on the remix of "Fix" with Blackstreet, and then did a video with them which one the MTV Europe Video Award for best R&B video. SLASH and Blackstreet were in Europe to claim the award at the Rotterdam ceremonies, and they were able to stop in and do their big hit.

LATE NIGHT WITH LETTERMAN
NBC - First Appearance

Late Night With Letterman is a US late night show similar to Leno and others. SLASH had two appearances on the show. In the first visit, he played with the studio band. It was great to see him there. Letterman gave him a really hard time about smoking. Carole King came out and SLASH stood more with Carole, just away from the studio band. Carole did "Locomotion", and SLASH was great!

LATE NIGHT WITH LETTERMAN
NBC - Second Appearance - 1995

Late Night With Letterman is a US late night show similar to Leno and others. SLASH had two appearances on the show. In the second visit, he played with the studio band. Near the end of the show, SLASH's Snakepit came out, and SLASH went over and played with them. They rocked!

MTV EUROPE VIDEO AWARDS
Rotterdam - November 6, 1997

MTV Europe awarded Best Rhythm and Blues Video in 1997 to "Fix", artist Blackstreet with special guests SLASH, Ol' Dirty Bastard, and others. Clips from this video can be seen on the SLASH page, the SLASH Videos section. It's great! Blackstreet invited SLASH to appear with them at the MTV Europe Video Awards and perform "Fix". At left is a snip from the performance showing SLASH onstage with Blackstreet.

MICHAEL JACKSON & FRIENDS PRESENT:
WHAT MORE CAN I GIVE?
INTERNATIONAL BENEFIT CONCERT FOR CHILDREN
Munich, Germany - June 27,1999

Michael did two huge benefit concerts in 1999. Artists from several nations participated. The first concert was at the Olympic Stadium in Korea, and the second was at the Olympic Stadium in Germany. The German show was televised in some European countries. The show also appeared live on the internet. Michael Jackson asked SLASH to do a couple of songs with him, and SLASH did a killer lead guitar on "Black Or White" and "Earth Song".


A FISTFUL OF ALICE
CABO WABO - CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO
August 12, 1998 - VH1

Cabo Wabo is Sammy Hagar's club in Mexico and the place that "A Fistful of Alice" was recorded. SLASH was there along with Alice, Sammy, and Rob Zombie. SLASH appeared doing the final number, "Elected", with Rob Zombie and Alice on vocals. SLASH played some cool solo sections despite confetti and balloons raining down and a staged fight between some former presidents on the floor beside him. And to see a clip from the Elected video, check out SLASH's video page by returning to the Main Menu and clicking on SLASH Videos.

VIBE TALK SHOW
1998(?)

The Vibe Talk Show has gone off the air. The host was Sinbad, producer Quincy Jones. The show was referred to as the hip-hop culture's answer to late night talk shows. Blackstreet appeared on the show to do "Fix", and they had SLASH come along to play the lead guitar part that helped them win fans and awards. SLASH played with Blackstreet and then left the stage to loud applause.

NIGHT OF 1000 GUITARS
Year(?)

This was a special performance honoring Gibson's anniversary. It was held in the UK. Gibson guitar players from all over came to play. SLASH played with Paul Rodgers. There were many others off and on all night including Zakk Wylde who kept trying to get SLASH to drink a beer while playing slide. SLASH was using the neck from a beer bottle to play slide!

PET SHOP
ANIMAL CHANNEL

August 29, 1998

SLASH appeared on Pet Shop, a wonderful program on the Animal Channel. Celebrities bring in their pets and talk about them. SLASH brought in an albino boa. After talking awhile about the boa and his other pets, SLASH was asked to jam with the studio band at the end of the show. The audience cheered! The host said they had never had as much applause there as they had had for SLASH! At right is a clip from the show with SLASH and a band member.

HISTORY OF ROCK 'N' ROLL
GUITAR HEROES

This series on the history of rock and roll has been shown many times on TV. One episode is about guitar heroes, and SLASH appears in this one.

CHIC LIVE IN JAPAN
DVD VIDEO - JAP - IMBP-6001 - JT SUPERPRODUCERS '96

Chic performed in concert in Japan in 1996, and the show was filmed for video. The show appears on DVD video. SLASH appears on "Le Freak" with Chic.

SNAKEPIT '95 PROMO TOUR
SLASH AND ERIC DOVER - 1995

In 1995, SLASH and Eric Dover did a promotional tour of radio and tv stations in support of "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere". Typically, they did an interview and then played two or three songs. This was always an acoustic set with both playing guitar, and Eric singing. Below are some of the stops they made. If you know anymore, please let us know:

Jon Stewart Show

Japanese TV - in a mall

Singapore TV - at the Hard Rock

Much Music's Start Me Up - Canada

Quebec - interview translated to French on camera

Howard Stern Show

Dutch TV - Lo Laa Musica

German TV



TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO
SLASH WITH BRIAN MAY BAND - NBC - 1993

SLASH likes to jam with Brian May. You can see them together in the "Concert For Life" video, too. Brian May was appearing on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno in Los Angeles. He invited Slash to come up for a guest appearance. They played "Tie Your Mother Down", and Jay loved it. Afterward there was a brief interview with Jay on his couch, and there performance was over. It was great! The song can be found on the single, "Resurrection".

SLAMDANCE INDIE FILM FESTIVAL
UTAH - JANUARY 1999
MTV - Airdate 2/6/99

Matt Sorum was involved in making the soundtrack for an indie film that was submitted to the Slamdance Indie Film Festival. He invited SLASH and Duff to come to Utah for the festival and be part of the entertainment. Even with snow, SLASH and Duff didn't hesitate. They blew the crowd away and started rumors flying that these guys would team up again. MTV filmed the show and aired it. SLASH also did a bit where the MTV crew followed him around all day and got some hilarious footage.


MICHAEL JACKSON
MTV MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS
New York, New York - 11/6/97

Michael entertained at the MTV Video Awards in 1997 in New York. SLASH was there, and he was interviewed by Kurt Loder before the show. Michael and SLASH did "Give In To Me" during Michael's medley of his big hits.


MIDEM
CANNES, FRANCE - 1999

MIDEM is one of the biggest trade shows in the music industry, and shows are held in the Americas and in Europe. Live music, concerts, trade show and conference, embracing all styles of music, delivering contacts, products, showcases, new talent are all part of MIDEM. In 1998 SLASH appeared at the MIDEM show in Cannes playing classic guitar with other players. The show was seen on French television.


MTV NEWS & MTV WEEK IN ROCK
COMMENTS ON INSANE CLOWN POSSE
1/30/98

SLASH did a guest appearance on Insane Clown Posse's first album, "The Great Milenko". The album was put out by a subsidiary of Disney which objected to its language and had the album pulled. SLASH was asked to comment on the album on both the MTV News and the MTV Week in Rock.


ROCK OF THE NORTH
ITV INTERVIEW WITH SLASH
10/99 - UK Only - 60 Minutes

Rock of the North is a six week TV series shown in northern England. Rockers who were born in Northern England were interviewed about growing up there as well as their career and plans for the future. SLASH was born in Stoke-On-Trent and lived there till his early teens. He comments on his career, life in England, his feelings on Axl Rose, and his plans for Snakepit. Snakepit 95 and GNR videos are shown.



NETAID
BENEFIT CONCERT
10/9/99 - Giant's Stadium - New Jersey

NetAid is an organization that uses the internet to improve development and alleviate extreme poverty world wide. Concerts were held in Geneva, London and New Jersey to spread the word about the organization and raise money for the various causes. SLASH was invited to play with Puff Daddy on one of his songs. The Benjamins is a slow, hip hop tune; but SLASH turned it into a rocker! Puff Daddy was really pleased with the results. There was even a solo section added for SLASH. SLASH had a chance to donate his time to this charity and to work with someone new. Puff's set was on next to last, just before Bono, so SLASH and Puff Daddy had one of the premier slots. An excellent, rocking job by SLASH and Puff Daddy.


ROCK SHOW
VH1 Rock Video Show
11/11/99 - Guest Host

Rock Show airs at 12:30am Eastern Time. SLASH appeared on the show to debut the new Guns N'Roses video, "Welcome to the Jungle". He stayed on the air playing videos from bands he likes such as AC/DC, Kid Rock, and Jane's Addiction. The show was taped, and this was the premier.



PINNACLE EUROPE
CNN EUROPE
11/99 - Europe Only

SLASH appeared on the show Pinnacle Europe on CNN Europe. The show was about Jim Marshall and his famous Marshall amps. A camera crew visited SLASH at his Snakepit studio. The SLASH's Snakepit were all there. SLASH was interviewed about Marshall amps and why he uses them exclusively.



TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORIES
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF SAM KINISON
E! -- 12/7/99 and 12/8/99

Sam Kinison was a brilliant comedian who died an untimely death in a car crash returning from his honeymoon. Sam was a raw, hilarious comedian who made many friends among the L.A. rockers. One such friend was SLASH. SLASH appeared as a guest on two of Sam's albums, and SLASH was also in Sam's "Wild Thing" video (see SLASH Discography). In this one hour special on Sam's life and death, SLASH makes some appearances to talk about his friend. Clips of the "Wild Thing" video are shown, and you can see SLASH and his guitar rocking out in the background.



MTV TOP 100 VIDEOS
MTV -- 12/6/99 through 12/11/99

MTV had a 5 day long show running the Top 100 Videos of all time. The picture at left is SLASH in the "Welcome to the Jungle" video which was named (along with Sweet Child O'Mine and November Rain) as one of these videos. SLASH appeared on the program's every episode as one of the hosts introducing the videos and cutting away to the commercials. SLASH looked very well dressed and handsome and spoke in his usual quiet, professional way.



NEW YEAR'S EVE MILLENIUM PARTY
CBS - Washington DC - December 31, 1999/January 1, 2000


SLASH played in the America's Millenium Program on New Year's Eve 1999. SLASH played the finale from the front row with Tom Jones. The first song was "Midnight Hour", then "One Hand", then "This Land is Your Land". "Midnight Hour" was made into an online video and is on the SLASH page in the Video section. SLASH did a really fine job and played solos. The finale was actually played about 12:50 which was January 1, 2000.


MTV LOVELINE
MTV -- 1996 or 1997

SLASH appeared on MTV's show, Loveline which also had a psychologist and host. There was a studio audience. The show consisted of psychologist or host giving some information, and then there were questions from the studio audience and call-ins. SLASH was his usual funny self. One question he was asked was should you make love in a bathtum of green jello if it irritates your partner's vaginal area. SLASH replied no, you don't hurt your partner. SLASH told a funny story about making love in weird places, such as on a lawn where the sprinkler came on.



ITALIAN TV
February 6, 2000

Italian TV had a 3 hour special on Guns N'Roses tonight. They showed videos and live performances of many of the band's song. There were interviews with Matt, Duff and Gilby from 1992. SLASH appeared in a 1989 interview. The show ended with a shortened version of "Coma" from Live Era supported by a videocollage.



Due to the many times SLASH appeared on TV around the world, here is an up to date but brief look at when and where he was on television. Repeats have been noted wherever possible.

2003


cable: SLASH at the Kentucky Derby. SLASH is seen watching the Derby and playing at the after party.

SLASH at Playboy party. SLASH is seen going into the Playboy Mansion to help celebrate the 100th issue of the magazine.

2001


10/7 Comedy Central: "Conan O'Brien" "Secrets"

10/7 VH-1: "Behind the Music: Blind Melon" SLASH on Shannon Hoon film and "Don't Cry" video

10/1 Comedy Central: "Conan O'Brien" SLASH plays with studio band + interview

10/1 MTV: "What's My 20: Jackson Nation" Slash comments

10/1 VH-1: "100 Greatest Hard Rock Videos" GNR

9/17 UK TV: "Never Mind the Buzzcocks" SLASH as music game show panelist

9/8 VH-1: "What's My 20?" 20 greatest power ballads SLASH GNR

9/7 VH-1: "100 Greatest Artists or Rock and Roll" SLASH

9/6 Comedy Central: "Conan O'Brien Show" SLASH interview

9/4 VH-1: "Top 80 Albums of the 80's" and "Top 80 Videos of the 80's" SLASH in "Welcome to the Jungle"

8/30 ETV: "True Hollywood Stories: Sunset Strip" SLASH comments (repeat)

8/20 British Airways TV: "Star News" SLASH talks about the Black Crowes/Oasis show

8/20 TMF Holland: "Top 20 Guitar Legends" SLASH

8/13 MTV Europe: "20 Years of Rock"

8/1 MTV: "20th Anniversary Show" SLASH commentary and interview

7/30 "Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn" SLASH interview

7/29 VH-1 "Before They Were Rock Stars" SLASH commentary

7/29 VH-1: "From the Waist Down: Men and Women in Rock"

7/27 VH-1: "Shine" video debut Snakepit

7/22 MTV: "Uncensored" Slash commentary

7/21 VH-1: "Band on the Run" SLASH introduces Harlow band

7/10 VH-1: "What's My 20?" "Welcome to the Jungle" video with SLASH

7/9 Holland TV (TMF - The Music Factory): "Top 90 of the 90's" "November Rain" video with SLASH

7/9 "Access Hollywood" SLASH talks about Michael Jackson and GNR

6/10 VH-1: "Behind the Music: 1987" Guns N'Roses with SLASH featured

6/10 VH-1: "Cheers or Jeers"



2000


12/29 German VIVA2 TV: "Kamikaze" SLASH interview

12/29 Finland TV: Lenny Kravitz's career and SLASH on to Plan A or...

12/22 Berlin TV: "Unter Ulmen" SLASH interview from Berlin show

12/22 German MTV VIVA: "Wired for Sound" A guitar odyssey featuring SLASH doing a solo with '92 GNR on top of a building "Don't Cry"?

12/19 German MTV: "Last Word" SCOM video and interview

12/17 German TV: Slash interview on new bands he likes

12/15 Holland TV: Show at Paradisio in "Rockzone"

12/13 ZTV Swedish TV: Interview - SLASH answers questions on Snakepit

12/11 FX Channel US: "X" program - interview and SLASH plays a little

12/11 MTV: "Rock Star Update" What are they doing now program - SLASH

12/05 Much Music in Toronto: Segment on groupies. SLASH and Rod comment

12/05 UK TV: SLASH comments on his language on a previous children's show

12/03 UK TV: "CD:UK" program interview. SLASH says sexually explicit words on children's program run at 11:30am.

11/30 VH-1: "My VH-1 Awards" SLASH skit

11/21 MTV: "All Stars" SLASH interview + Adam Day

11/18 E!: "Wild on the Sunset Strip" NOTE: Rerun

11/10 VH-1: "Rock Show" with Cane - Rod and SLASH

11/10 VH-1: "Sound Affects" NOTE: Rerun

11/10 VH-1: "Top 100 Hard Rock Videos" SLASH comments on Black Crowes

10/26 ?: "Access Hollywood"

10/26 VIVA (German) TV: Interview on SLASH and his hobbies

10/26 VH1: album commercial

10/26 Musique Plus (Canada): music technology/what is SLASH doing with this

9/28 MTV: "Cribs" - episode with SLASH scheduled. never aired.

9/1 VH-1: "Rock Show"

8/23 ?: "Jon Stewart Show" - interview with SLASH

8/23 MTV: "Bloopers" - SLASH's appearance on "Loveline"

7/05 MTV: "Celebrity Deathmatch" - SLASH vs. Axl (SLASH wins)

AND MANY MORE TO BE ADDED SOON!
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