Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators have announced today (June 18th) they’ll release their new album titled Living The Dream on September 21st through Slash’s own label Snakepit Records in partnership with Roadrunner Records. Living The Dream is Slash’s fourth solo album, and third with his band featuring Myles Kennedy (Vocals), Brent Fitz (Drums), Todd Kerns (Bass & Vocals) and Frank Sidoris (Guitar & Vocals). A pre-order for the new album will begin on Wednesday, July 25th.

For Living The Dream, Slash and his band re-teamed with producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Alter Bridge, Iggy Pop, Incubus); the group are currently putting the finishing touches on the powerful 12 song collection. The band’s previous albums World On Fire and Apocalyptic Love, debuted in the Top Ten on 12 charts globally, spawned three #1 hit singles at U.S.

The group have announced they’ll begin a U.S. headlining tour beginning September 13th in Los Angeles. Citi is the official credit card of the “Living The Dream” tour, as such Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, June 19th at 10am local time through Thursday, June 21st at 10pm. For complete details, visit: Slash fanclub presales will begin June 19th at 10:00am local time, with general onsales starting Friday, June 22nd at 10:00am. Each ticket purchased online to a headlining show will include a digital copy of Living The Dream (out 9/21/18); all tickets are available at: The full itinerary (see below), encompasses three festival appearances: Sunday, September 16th at KAABOO Festival, Friday, September 28th at Louder Than Life Festival and Sunday, October 14th at Aftershock Festival.

Following are Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators tour dates:


13 Whisky A Go Go Los Angeles, CA
15 The Van Buren Phonenix, AZ
16 KAABOO Music Festival Del Mar, CA*
18 The Depot Salt Lake City, UT
19 Fillmore Auditorium Denver, CO
21 Paradise Cove Margaritaville Tulsa, OK
22 Winstar World Casino Thackerville, OK (Dallas)
24 Walter Creek Ampitheater Austin, TX Stubb’s
26 House Of Blues Houston, TX
28 Louder Than Life Festival Louisville, KY
29 Four Winds Casino Resort New Buffalo, MI


1 Wellmont Theatre Montclair, NJ
2 Fillmore Silver Spring, MD
4 Casino Rama Rama, Canada
5 Pier 17 at South Street Seaport New York, NY*
6 Mohegan Sun Uncasville, CT
9 Paramount Huntington, NY
10 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA
11 House Of Blues Boston, MA
14 Aftershock Sacramento, CA

*Indicates date is already on sale

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8 Responses

  1. I’m convinced that Myles Kennedy is a machine! The guy is crazy busy. Slash is a close second, though. Really looking forward to this release, a big fan of this collaboration.

  2. I kind of wonder what will happen if GNR and Slash’s band have schedule conflicts. Maybe Axl will have to re-employ Bumblefoot? I think GNR fans have gotten used to seeing Slash, and may not be too receptive to him not being there. having said that, Slash sure found a hell of a singer to work with. I mean Miles sang Zep songs, with Zep. (not publicly, but still!)

    1. I think with this announcement that its fairly obvious that Gn’R members will work around the bands schedule. These dates fall perfectly between the Euro and fall Far East dates. This tour has gone so well that there’s very little chance that Axl plays without Slash and Duff again. They’ll take their time off to do other things and continue the Gn’R machine that has once again turned into the best band on the planet. Hopefully new music will be next. I just hope Slash keep the Gn’R songs out of his setlist now that hes back in the band so we don’t have to hear Kennedy butcher them!

  3. Axl sent flowers to and went to Duff’s daughters’ club show 2 nights ago with Duff. If they don’t get along, I highly doubt he’d be there supporting her and her father, especially considering the hermit he once was. It’s been well known that Slash was going to continue his solo band while Guns were still going. It would’ve happened earlier if the tour wasn’t the massive success it became with numerous added legs. This has nothing to do with the band not getting along. Slash is a workaholic and enjoys working with his side band, and it’s cool that he’s able to do both. Rumors have been out there that Axl, Slash and Duff are all splitting profits, with Axl getting a larger chunk to pay the other contracted members. If that’s true, it’s more than fair. With the integrity that Slash and Duff have shown in their careers, the chances of them being contracted employees like Ace and Peter were are are slim to none.

  4. I’ll admit when I first heard that Slash was rejoining G@R, I thought that I could see that situation imploding at any moment, but as stated earlier, a massively successful tour that you know is temporary can make it easier to get along. It’s also possible that Axl has just simply changed.

    1. I always suspected that Slash’s motivations for finally agreeing to doing this tour, was his impending costly divorce. But it seems to have worked itself out, so good on them. I saw this tour last summer at Giants stadium, so there is, and was, definitely a demand.

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