Slash will air the last date of his world tour with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators on July 25 via Evntlive
Hey, Slash fans. If you’re not album to catch the former Guns N’ Roses guitarist on his current world tour with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, don’t sweat it, as the group has announced that their last stop of the tour will be broadcast live from the House of Blues in Las Vegas this Thursday (July 25). The show will air midnight ET on the streaming website Evntlive, so fans can head to the website to watch the concert.
“We are thrilled to offer online access to one of the greatest musicians of all time, while giving the world an up-close, personal and completely immersive experience,” Evntlive co-founder and chief marketing officer Dave Carrico said.
In other Slash news, the guitarist recently announced that he will release a 32-track soundtrack to his upcoming horror film, “Nothing Left to Fear,” in conjunction with the release of the film. The soundtrack will feature two original songs, including one with Kennedy on vocals, and be available via Pledge Music. The film will debut Oct. 4 in select theaters. The film will also be available on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD and On Demand the next Tuesday.
(Photo by Travis Shinn.)
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