It's no surprise that Slash, a well-known animal lover, would sign on to make a commercial for his hometown zoo. What is a bit surprising, however, is that the former Guns N' Roses guitarist was paired with Betty White for the commercial. Watch the 30-second spot for the Los Angeles Zoo below.
Over the long weekend, Guns N' Roses took their high-energy club run to Chicago where they took the stage at the House of Blues. Video of the band performing "Rocket Queen" off Appetite for Destruction can be seen below.
While no one knows for sure what's going to happen next month in Cleveland at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony when Guns N' Roses are inducted, at least one man seems to have the inside scoop on who will be attending.
Everyone's favorite top-hatted guitarist has just the release date for his upcoming second solo album. Slash will release the as-yet-untitled album on May 22 through his own Dik Hayd International Label.
It's another unseasonably hot summer day in Burbank, California. But inside a small rehearsal and recording studio on the city's industrial outskirts, five musicians are staying remarkably cool, even as they rack their brains to remember how to play a new song they're practicing.