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Slash

Rumors about the status of Guns N' Roses had been swirling for some time, and in October 1996 it was confirmed that, owing to his unwillingness to follow Axl Rose's interest in industrial and electronic music, Slash was no longer a member of the band (although he left the door open for a reunion if Rose decided to return to guitar-based rock & roll).

He gigged off and on with the Blues Ball into 1998, although a rumored live album never materialized. Instead, Slash decided to re-form the Snakepit in 1999 with an entirely different lineup (the original members were by this time involved in other projects, and the Blues Ball was more suited to touring than developing original material).

Raspy-voiced singer Rod Jackson and ex-Venice drummer Matt Laug came on board, along with Blues Ball bassist Griparic (now Johnny Blackout) and Teddy Andreadis, who contributed keyboard and harmonica work.

After trying out ex-Alice Cooper guitarist Ryan RoxieSlash settled on rhythm guitarist Kerry Kelly, who had previously worked with Warrant and Ratt.

We stock some awesome Slash Band Concert Posters.

Available in different sizes and printed on high quality 210gsm paper, you'll find no unsightly pin holes, stains or creases.

In fact, they look like they could have come straight off the press from the original print run. Will look fantastic framed on your man cave, office, bar or living room wall.

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  1. Aerosmith / Slash - 'Concord Pavillion' Concord, USA 2013

    $19.99

    FRAMING AVAILABLE.
    Available in 4 different sizes
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  2. Slash 'Apocalyptic Love' - Australian Tour 2012

    $19.99

    FRAMING NOT INCLUDED BUT AVAILABLE.
    Available in 3 different sizes
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