Girlfriend Meegan Hodges Posts Hilarious Image of Slash!

Slash and Meegan Hodges

Slash Is Literally Everywhere This Month Supporting ‘Living the Dream’

Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash’s girlfriend Meegan Hodges posted a funny photo a friend sent her of a newstand in London showcasing all the magazine covers that Slash is gracing this month. Check it out below!

Myles Kennedy Reveals Why He Initially Turned Down Singing In Place of Axl Rose at the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony!

Myles Kennedy recently talked to LA Weekly where he discussed initially turning down the offer to sing in place of no-show Axl Rose at the 2012 Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony for Guns N’ Roses. The article stated the following:

In 2012, the same year as the first of Kennedy’s full albums with Slash, Apocalyptic Love, Guns N’ Roses was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Axl Rose refused to be involved in any performance, but Slash, McKagan, Gilby Clarke, Steven Adler and Matt Sorum showed up, joined by Kennedy. The singer took that responsibility very seriously.

“Initially, the magnitude of that led me to decline the invitation,” Kennedy says. “I remember them talking about it, midweek prior to when that happened. Those are impossible shoes to fill, so at first I didn’t do it. The more I thought about it, about them accepting the award and not being able to play, I thought I’d give it my best shot. I was just happy that they were able to not just get the award but also play some songs. People seemed to be happy and, from my standpoint, it was just the right thing to do. It wasn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination.”

After three albums, the songwriting relationship between Slash and Kennedy has evolved into something that, based on the trust that has organically built up between them, is remarkably seamless.

“I’ll start the music part, and then he’ll start coming up with the melodies and then the words,” Slash says. “To give credit where credit’s due, when I come up with an idea, it’s really the input from Todd, Brent and even Frank on this record. They just do with it what they will. Sometimes I might have a bass line or a drum idea. Maybe another guitar part. But for the most part, they just make up their own stuff.”