Seeing SLASH photos, reading about his guitar style and his life in magazines
is great! Luckily we have a lot of his music to listen to. But if you
have never seen him LIVE, then you've missed a great stage performer! SLASH
connects with the audience like no one else. He likes to get close to the
audience, and when he talks to the fans, he's funny and cool!
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There's a show on The Learning Channel (TLC) called "Trading Spaces". Two couples do a makeover of a room in each other's home with the advice and help of the show's staff. Teddy Andreadis, who played keyboard for the old GNR and continues to do so for Alice Cooper, Carole King, etc., was selected for the show. He and his wife have the greatest home full of souvenirs, dogs and fun. When this clip opens, Teddy is about to learn how to use the sewing machine. In comes a curly haired pal of his, SLASH. SLASH hangs out for a short time, checks out the sewing machine and a pinball machine. This is great! Click on the picture of Teddy and his wife below:
The week of March 24 - 28, 2003, SLASH cohosted the Jimmy Kimmel show on ABC. On that Wednesday, SLASH and The Project played their debut session on national TV. Duff and Matt were there. Dave Kushner was second guitar, and two guys from Cypress Hill did the vocalist honors. This is the second of the two songs they did, and it is in Windows Media format:
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SLASH signing autographs after a Snakepit gig in Montreal: