Last night, legendary guitarist Slash made an appearance on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, where he discussed everything from his new album, Apocalyptic Love, to his history as a hard-partying rock star. Watch the full interview below.
You've seen it before. The famous guitarist goes solo and hires a bunch of goons to stand behind him while he stands awkwardly in the foreground, trying to be both guitarist and frontman while the singer croons timidly, relegated to the side of the stage. And then there's Slash.
While in full-on promotional mode for his upcoming new album, Apocalyptic Love, Slash recently filmed a six-song set for Walmart's Soundcheck, a video series featuring exclusive performances from top artists.
Another teaser video for Slash's upcoming Guitar Center Sessions special has been posted online. You can check out Slash, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators performing an unplugged rendition of "Not For Me" below, courtesy of Noisecreep.
Ever since that one-off show back in January with former vocalist Scott Weiland, things have been dead silent in the Velvet Revolver camp — thanks in large part to Duff's book tour, Slash's new solo album and the impending induction of Guns N' Roses into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.