Slash’s Son’s Band Classless Act to Play House Of Blues!

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Classless Act to Play House of Blues in Anaheim on December 7th, 2018!

Slash’s son’s band Classless Act will be playing the House of Blues on December 7th it was announced on social media.

Former Black Sabbath Drummer Vinny Appice Talks AC/DC

Former Black Sabbath and DIO drummer Vinny Appice has revealed his thoughts on the bands doing farewell tours.

He said that “it’s kind of sad that the bands are going away”, here’s the statement:

“I don’t think anybody thought this music was gonna last this long,. Back in the ’70s, they probably thought the music was gonna last 10 years or something; I don’t think anybody thought all these bands were gonna last so long — 40 years later, or more. So it’s kind of sad that the bands are going away, but that’s just bound to happen.

And new music is gonna always continue, so hopefully there’ll be new bands to grab on to and become a fan, things that touch people and music that touches people.

But, yeah, it’s the time where all these bands are kind of the same age — there’s KISS; there’s Ozzy [Osbourne]; Black Sabbath are done; Led Zeppelin’s done; AC/DC, I don’t know… they’re half done. Queen…

And luckily, they made some legendary music and the music will live on probably forever. And some people are dying; it’s just getting at that age. But I’m not dead yet, and I’m still going for a little longer. [Laughs]”

Appice joined Black Sabbath during the tour in support of the Heaven and Hell album in 1980. In late 1982 he left Black Sabbath along with vocalist Ronnie James Dio and formed the band Dio.

Click here to entire interview via Blabbermouth.

Slash Announces South America Tour Dates This Spring!

Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators have announced South America Tour Dates this coming Spring. You can check out the full list of tour dates here along with tickets.

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South America! Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators are heading your way in 2019.  

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Guns N’ Roses Former Drummer Matt Sorum Pays Tribute to the “Spaghetti Incident!?”

Guns N’ Roses former Drummer Matt Sorum paid tribute to the 25th anniversary of the “Spaghetti Incident!?”, which was released on November 23, 1993. He also answered a fans question about the booklet included in the album. There’s a shot of Matt in front of an old school plane. Matt said it was taken somewhere in the middle of America during the “Use Your IIlusion Tour”. Check out the photos I am referring to below as well

The Spaghetti Incident Booklet, Geffen Records, Photos by Robert John