SLASH With THE JOE PERRY PROJECT In Hollywood; More Video Footage Available

More video footage (see below) has been posted online of VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash performing the AEROSMITH classic "Walkin' The Dog" with THE JOE PERRY PROJECT on November 24, 2009 at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California (courtesy of Christy Borgman).

Slash previously performed with Perry in Las Vegas on October 2. The concert, billed as "Slash & Friends", celebrated the 20th anniversary of Las Vegas hotel, casino and white tiger playground the Mirage.

Slash and Joe Perry were both featured on "Les Paul & Friends - A Tribute To A Legend", which was released in September 2008 via Immergent Records. This "tribute" to the beloved living music legend Les Paul, produced by Bob Cutarella (ERIC CLAPTON, STING, JOSS STONE, ALISON KRAUSS, JEFF BECK), included additional performances from Joe Bonamassa, Richie Sambora, Peter Frampton, Jeff Golub, as well as vocalists Joan Osborne, Edgar Winter, Mick Hucknall from SIMPLY RED, Johnny Rzeznik, Lisa Fischer, and many others.


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