Slash has returned to Australian shores with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators in tow. Yes, the Grammy Award-winning, rock guitarist from Guns N Roses is kicking off his Australian tour in Sydney, at Qudos Bank Arena, the tour is support of Slash’s fourth solo album, Living The Dream.
They are called are warm up band but New Zealand’s hottest rock act Devilskin absolutely got the crowd hot as hell with their high powered explosive set. Vocalist Jennie Skulander’s was looking fiery in her sexy red dress as she dominates the stage showcasing her incredible power and range. This is an act that are known for their blistering and intense live shows and they bring all of that here tonight so make sure you are in early to catch this fiery four piece.
The lights have faded and you can’t deny that Sydney is about rock, exploding on to the stage Slash, Miles and The Conspirators waste no time turning up the volume up leaving a ringing in our ears shit just got loud in here with opening track Call Of The Wild.
Miles has an exquisite voice and oh man, you can really hear it tonight shining bright, Back From Cali a real highlight. Miles isn’t the only singer in the band, Todd Kerns stepping up and delivering the goods on the more punk track Dr Alibi. It don’t came as no surprise though when i tell you Slash is simply sensational the reason we all came here tonight, single guitar or double guitar this maestro slays them all on every single track this icon of rock has us mesmerised be it on one of his own like Halo or something classic like NightTrain from his Guns N Roses work getting to witness this man live is a rock n roll badge of honour.
With the main set done and dusted the crowd cheering for more Slash, Miles and The Conspirators wasted no time obliging our shouted demands starting with Shadow Life then in what was our last good bye we waved our hands high and they left us with Anastasia, what night a true genuine straight up rock performance.
Brisbane Wednesday 30 January – Brisbane Convention Exhibition Centre
Melbourne Friday 1 February – Margaret Court Arena
Perth Sunday 3 February – RAC Arena
Review – Chad
Gallery – Christian Ross