Slash: North American Tour Dates 2022 Dates, Calendar, Events & Parties
Slash just announced his fourth upcoming studio album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators last week, and the band will be hitting the road starting in February of 2022 to commemorate its release.
According to Setlist.fm, Slash's last performance with Kennedy and the Conspirators was in August of 2019 in Orlando, Fla. The trek will kick off on Feb. 8 in Portland, Ore. and continue through March 26 in Orlando, Fla.
SMKC just released "The River Is Rising" a couple of days ago, which serves as the first single from the upcoming album 4. The record will be out Feb. 11, just a few days after the tour commences.
Despite the pandemic, the guitarist has kept himself quite busy, not only with his solo material but with Guns N' Roses as well. The band embarked on a lengthy U.S. tour this summer and released two new songs as well — "Absurd" and "Hard Skool." Their next tour picks back up in June of 2022 in Europe, just a few months after Slash gets back from his run with Kennedy and the Conspirators.
With Guns N' Roses wrapping up their summer U.S. tour, Slash is seemingly now turning his focus back to his 'solo' work with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, teasing the follow-up to 2018's Living The Dream.
In a short but snazzy new video uploaded to Slash's socials, the guitarist states of what is presumably the band's next album: "I think the record itself is probably the best one we've done so far," he grins. "We're showing no signs of slowing down."
The teaser clip follows comments from vocalist (and Alter Bridge frontman) Myles Kennedy last month, in which he spoke of the album's creative timeline: "We started putting things together… technically, we started putting things together for that record, writing songs, on the last tour back in 2018, I think, or 19, whatever it was," he pondered (via Blabbermouth). "So, yeah, we have a lot of stuff to pool from.
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