Slash brings out big Guns (N Roses) at T In The Park
Rock hero plays early evening set with Myles Kennedy
Graeme Johnston - 09 July 2011
'Night Train' and 'Rocket Queen' were two early, rain-soaked ‘Appetite For Destruction’ cuts that the guitar
legend, singer Myles Kennedy (of Alter Bridge)
and the band rocked the audience with.
Moving onto lesser-known but no less fantastic songs as the heavens opened, they then played 'Starlight' from Slash's solo release and 'Slither' by Guns side project Velvet Revolver.
With Myles doing a better job of Axl Rose's duties than Axl Rose can now manage, it seemed the perfect time to send the crowd wild with 'Sweet Child O Mine', where the irony of the line "I'd hide and pray for the thunder and the rain to quietly pass me by" was lost on no one.
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