Concert in "The Olympia Theatre"

The site of Olympia Theater, made a post about the two concerts of SLASH Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators that will happen in March of 2013 in Dublin, Ireland.

SLASH Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators in "The Olympia Theatre"
Sunday 3rd (SOLD OUT) & Monday 4th March 2013

Please note, Sunday 3rd March is now sold out, a second date has been released for Monday 4th March but these are selling very quickly too, Upper Circle unreserved seats only left now!

Guns 'N' Roses legend and arguably the best and most revered rock guitarist of all time, Slash (featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirtators) has announced a special show at The Olympia Theatre on March 3rd in support of his recently released album Apocalyptic Love. Tickets from €39.05 on sale now from Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide. Sun 3rd sold out, limited tickets for Mon 4th March only.

For fans who’ve tracked the broken glass and ruby slipper journey of Guns N’ Roses lead guitarist since the release of Appetite for Destruction two days before his 22nd birthday 25 years ago this July, one can’t help but be radioactive with enthusiasm. Apocalyptic Love is not just a new record by the storied musician with the black top hat and magical gift for riff, for Slash and his three co-conspirators; it is, indeed, destiny. And everyone involved is poised for the ride.

It’s been an interesting road from the mid 90s up until now,” says Slash.  “I never stopped to think, ‘What am I gonna to do in the long term?’ Or ruminated on my solo career, where it was heading. I’ve just been jamming around, going wherever the muse has taken me. And this is the first time where I feel like I’m in the saddle and riding my own destiny with some genuine focus.”

Few will argue that Slash has evolved with grassroots relevance and reverent pace over the past decade where he now rightfully belongs in the pantheon of axe mythology, having been selected by a Time Magazine survey as second only to Jimi Hendrix among electric guitarists. Staying focused on your current musical project whilst in the midst of swelling adulation and swirling speculation is no easy feat. But somehow, Slash manages to keep his eye on the apocalyptic prize.

I know that GN’R’s induction into the Hall of Fame and the 25th anniversary of Appetite are on a lot of people’s minds,” admits Slash.  “But when you’re making a record, you just commit to keeping those distractions out of the process. You have to sort of roll with everything as it happens.

Much to the delight of old and new fans, Slash’s resume builds along with his worldwide fan base.  Since making history and amassing global sales in excess of 100 million units with Guns N’ Roses, returned with Slash’s Snakepit in 1994, followed by Velvet Revolver’s two hit LPs, 2005’s Contraband (for which the single, “Slither” won a Grammy for Best Hard Rock performance) and 2007’s Libertad. Finally, Slash reemerged with his groundbreaking, guest-star studded 2010 solo debut.

In 2011, Slash was honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce who named him as an official selection to receive a star in 2012 on Hollywood’s iconic Walk of Fame. After making numerous session appearances and lending his laid-back, six-string genius to an eclectic mix of artists which include Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, filmmakers Quentin Tarantino and Darren Aronovsky; not to mention Guitar Hero III: The Legend of Rock and co-authoring a bestselling memoir--the question begs: What’s next for the London-born, L.A. schooled kid who discovered his musical soul when his father played him the Beatles, Stones and Yardbirds?

Touring Apocalyptic Love and having a great time,Slash says humbly.  “As long as I can plug my Les Paul into a Marshall amp, I’ll just keep doing what I’m doing.” 

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