Slash to Broadcast Final Summer Concert With Myles Kennedy + the Conspirators
Can’t get to Vegas? No worries. Slash, featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, are performing their final summer concert at the House of Blues in Las Vegas on Thursday, July 25 at 9PM PT and the whole thing will be webcast live by EVNTLIVE.
Slash, frontman Myles Kennedy, drummer Brent Fitz, bassist Todd Kerns and guitarist Frank Sidoris are currently wrapping up their world tour behind the album ‘Apocalyptic Love,’ which earned the former Guns N’ Roses guitarist his first two No. 1 rock radio hits, ‘You’re a Lie’ and ‘Standing in the Sun.’ The third single, ‘Anastasia,’ has cracked the Top 10 at Modern and Active Rock and Top 5 at Mainsteam Rock. Catch Slash and his band likely performing all three songs during their Vegas set, which can be viewed here.
This fall, fans will get some new material from Slash in the form of a horror film. He is releasing 'Nothing Left to Fear,' his first feature-length motion picture co-produced by his Slasher Films company.
On the film’s Facebook page, it is says the movie was inspired by the real-life legend of Stull, Kan., a city deemed to be a gateway to hell. The movie stars Anne Heche as the wife of a small town pastor (played by James Tupper) who have two daughters (Rebekah Brandes, Jennifer Stone). The younger child is marked for a depraved ritual needed for one of the Seven Gates of Hell.
'Nothing Left To Fear] will have a limited run in select theaters nationwide Oct. 4 and be available on Blu-ray Combo-Pack, DVD, and On Demand Oct. 8.
The original motion picture soundtrack -- written and produced by Slash and Nick O’Toole -- includes the film score plus two original songs, the title track sung by Kennedy and the instrumental ‘Welcome to Stull.’ It will also be released Oct. 4, exclusively at Slash's Pledge Music site, which offers various pledge packages from one-of-a-kind experiences with Slash to merchandise for the film, access to interviews, song streams, first looks at film art and more.