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Slash live in Bucharest concert

Romanian heavy metal band Byron will be the opening act to warm up the audience for the incendiary show to follow their set.

With the date of February 5 fast approaching, fans’ are eagerly waiting for the artist of the year, guitarist Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators, is about to end. The concert is part of the tour promoting “Apocalyptic Love“. The album of the famous former Guns N’ Roses member, on which he is joined by Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators. Slash, real name Saul Hudson, is one of those artists who changed the image and perception of rock in the ’80-’90s. His unique and non-conformist style drew media attention, yet, it was his talent who won the hearts of fans and rock critics alike. Slash’s riffs were picked countless times as some of the best ever, and he is ranked among the world’s best guitarists.Having parted ways with Guns N’ Roses, in 1996, Slash worked in several projects, with Slash’s Snakepit and Velvet Revolver being the most important. In a career of over 30 years, he collaborated with Michael Jackson, Lenny Kravitz, Alice Cooper, Rihanna, Fergie, Ray Charles or Stevie Wonder.In 2010, he launched his first solo album, “Slash“, alongside Kid Rock, Iggy Pop, Dave Grohl or Ozzy Osbourne. This was also the album that marked the beginning of his collaboration with Myles Kennedy that joins him on this promo tour.  The special relationship developed between the two musicians led to the new album “Apocalyptic Love” featuring Slash (guitar), Myles Kennedy (vocal), Todd Kerns (bass) and Brent Fitz (drums), namely Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators.Byron, the Romanian heavy metal band will open for Slash at Palace Hall, will warm up the audience for the incendiary performance of the main act of the concert.Starting from 19:30, Dan Byron and his bandmates will offer an electrifying and at the same time spontaneous elegant performance, with substantial, yet melodic and lively songs.The only tickets left available are those priced for RON 260, 220 and 160 RON which can be purchased at Eventim outlets, the stores Orange, Vodafone and Domo, Humanitas and Carturesti bookshops, Palace Hall ticket booth and  online, at www.eventim.ro.

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