Slash’s Brother Threatens Fan Online & More!

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Ash Blasts Slash Fan Group Online

According to Alternative Nation

As we previously reported, Guns N’ Roses fan Twitter account Slash Army UK recently criticized a $1,000 signed limited edition Slash fine art print being sold.

“Hahaha!! WTF? $1000?.. for an expletive PRINT? Hell at this rate the GNR box set is cheaper by a dollar.”

Ash Hudson posted on Instagram in response, “Expletive You Raj. Don’t be jealous you can’t afford one. Expletive @slasharmyuk you should spend more time with you kids then worried about what slash ate for breakfast fanboy.”

Ash has continued to trash Slash Army UK with new Instagram posts, stating that he’d like to get him banned from concerts.

“Expletive RAJ AND HIS expletive FANBOY CLUB. @slasharmyuk”

“@dagmar_sle ask that dude @slasharmyuk. He prolly couldn’t tell you what his own daughter ate but knows what underwear Slash has on today. FYI expletive Raj.”

“@the_califonian_adventurer I’m going to@make a point to have this dude banned from every going backstage he’s a expletives lickers. expletive Raj and @slasharmyuk.”

“expletive RAJ @SLASHARMYUK HE DONT KNOW IVE BEEN TRAINING MARTIAL ARTS EVER SINCE I ARIVED TO JAPAN 5 years now. He gonna play with his daughter from a wheelchair for the rest of his life.”

Ash praised Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators frontman Myles Kennedy in a new Instagram post.

“Myles Kennedy the most talented humble decent artists I’ve ever met.”

Slash Talks About Winning a Grammy With Velvet Revolver in 2005

According to WNCX Radio

Not every GRAMMY winner is looking for a moment in the spotlight. Slash says one of the best things about the time he won a coveted trophy was that it happened without any fanfare.

“That part of the show was over before we even got there, which was great because we didn’t have to go on-stage and accept it,” the guitar genius told RADIO.COM in an exclusive interview. Slash’s full untold GRAMMY story can be seen in the video above.

Slash won a GRAMMY as a member of the supergroup Velvet Revolver. The Scott Weiland-fronted quintet won Best Hard Rock Performance for “Slither” in 2004.

Slash was nominated six others times, including three times as a member of Guns N’ Roses. He also had a big year in 2018 – spending part of it on the road with GNR, and another part of it recording and touring with his side project – Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.

The first single from Living the Dream, “Driving Rain,” went to the top 10 on rock radio on the strength of a blistering opening riff.

Watch an intimate live performance of the song from the legendary Whisky a Go Go on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood.

The Recording Academy will recognize the best in music at the 2019 GRAMMY Awards. The ceremony will be broadcast live on CBS from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 10th at 8pm. It’s the music industry’s only peer-recognized accolade and highest achievement.