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Slash set for several UK shows
The well-known electric guitars player will be taking in these locations for gig action in the autumn, during the course of a tour.
He'll gig in Scotland on October 7th, with Edinburgh the city he's set to play. The music instruments player will then take in England's Manchester and Birmingham on the 8th and 9th of the month.
After that, the 11thand 12th will see him play Brixton and the 15th Newcastle.
Slash famously played the guitar in Gun N' Roses, the band behind singles like Sweet Child o' Mine, Knocking on Heaven's Door and Paradise City.
His album Apocalyptic Love came out earlier this year and is home to tacks such as Not For Me, Far And Away and Standing In The Sun.
The guitar player played at the Download Festival back in June, as did the likes as Biffy Clyro and Megadeth.
Published by AW.Posted on 3 Aug 2012 16:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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