SLASH Live at Amoeba Hollywood Wed., May 29 at 5:00pm

Published : Wednesday, May 1, 2024, 1:03 pm
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SLASH the iconic, GRAMMY®-winning guitarist and songwriter will visit Amoeba Hollywood to play a special acoustic set celebrating his star-studded new album Orgy of the Damned, out May 17 on Gibson Records. On Wednesday, May 29 at 5:00pm SLASH and his Blues band vocalist/guitarist Tash Neal will perform live at Amoeba Hollywood. Capacity is limited, tickets are required for entry to the event, details HERE.

To guarantee admission to the live performance AND get a hand-signed by SLASH commemorative show poster “Slash – Live at Amoeba Hollywood” – pre-purchase your copy of Orgy of the Damned on CD or double-LP starting May 17th, in-store only at Amoeba Hollywood.

- Limit of 1 (album + admission ticket + poster bundles) per person.
- Event is all ages.
- In-store purchase only for this special event. No online or phone orders.
- Pre-purchased albums will be given to fans on day-or event (to adhere to Billboard chart reporting rules).
- No in-store signing or meet and greet will be happening-this is a LIVE PERFORMANCE ONLY event with SLASH and his Blues band vocalist/guitarist Tash Neal.

See SLASH and his Blues band live in Los Angeles: KLOS Presents SLASH-S.E.R.P.E.N.T. Festival, on Saturday, July 13 at the Greek Theatre, with Warren Haynes Band, Samantha Fish and Eric Gales.

A vibrant homage to the blues, SLASH’s star-studded blues album Orgy of the Damned is the sixth solo album of his legendary career. A collection of 12 dynamic songs that revitalize blues classics with a stripped-down approach, on Orgy of the Damned SLASH and his Blues band celebrate both well-known and largely undiscovered tracks while reinvigorating the songs with his inimitable guitar playing and the spirit of collaboration. SLASH’s new album Orgy of the Damned will be released worldwide on May 17, 2024 via Gibson Records.

For Orgy of the Damned, the acclaimed guitarist reteamed with storied producer Mike Clink and enlisted the album’s diverse guest vocalists, which include Gary Clark Jr, Billy F. Gibbons, Chris Stapleton, Dorothy, Iggy Pop, Paul Rodgers, Demi Lovato, Brian Johnson, Tash Neal, Chris Robinson, and Beth Hart. Rounding out his blues band in the studio and on the road, SLASH reunited with two of his bandmates from his Blues Ball outfit in the 90s, bassist Johnny Griparic and keyboardist Teddy ‘ZigZag’ Andreadis, and brought on drummer Michael Jerome and singer/guitarist Tash Neal.

Stream SLASH’s “Oh Well” featuring Chris Stapleton on vocals HERE, and watch/share the visualizer for the new song HERE. Listen to the first single off Orgy of the Damned, “Killing Floor” with Brian Johnson of AC/DC on vocals, and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith on harmonica which Rolling Stone hailed “a freewheeling bluesy solo,”

Orgy of the Damned encompasses a broad range of styles within the blues genre, veering from an upbeat, rowdy take on Robert Johnson’s “Crossroads” to a plaintive, twanging rendition of T. Bone Walker’s “Stormy Monday.” Some of the songs, like Steppenwolf’s “The Pusher,” Charlie Segar’s “Key to the Highway,” and Albert King’s “Born Under a Bad Sign,” had been performed by Slash’s Blues Ball, while others, like Stevie Wonder’s “Living for the City,” were long-time favorites for SLASH. “Hoochie Coochie Man,” written by Willie Dixon and made famous by Muddy Waters in 1954, showcases the in-the-moment nature and unrestrained energy of Orgy of the Damned, with Z.Z. Top’s Billy F. Gibbons stepping in on guitar and vocals. The group went into a rehearsal room in North Hollywood and began hashing out soulful, rollicking takes on the classic songs. Everything was played live in the room, with an emphasis on improvisation which resulted in a collection of dynamic, energized songs that are immediate, raw, and distinctly familiar.

In celebration of the forthcoming new record, SLASH has curated an all-star Blues lineup to join him on the newly announced S.E.R.P.E.N.T. festival touring North America this summer. SLASH’s S.E.R.P.E.N.T. festival includes Warren Haynes Band, Keb’ ‘Mo, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Robert Randolph, Samantha Fish, Eric Gales, ZZ Ward, Jackie Venson, and Larkin Poe; the tour will kick off on July 5, for tickets and VIP packages, visit:

SLASH’s S.E.R.P.E.N.T. festival, which stands for Solidarity, Engagement, Restore, Peace, Equality N’ Tolerance, will bring fans together to celebrate the spirit of the Blues and raise awareness and funds for multiple charities that uplift marginalized communities, support mental health initiatives, and share SLASH’s restorative focus of elevating lives for the benefit of all. A portion of the proceeds from every VIP package and S.E.R.P.E.N.T. festival ticket sold will directly benefit the following charities that SLASH has selected The Equal Justice Initiative, Know Your Rights Camp, The Greenlining Institute, War Child, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The S.E.R.P.E.N.T Festival has partnered with PLUS1.ORG to support these charitable endeavors.

Catch SLASH and his Blues band live in Los Angeles: KLOS Presents SLASH-S.E.R.P.E.N.T. Festival, on Saturday, July 13 at the Greek Theatre, with Warren Haynes Band, Samantha Fish and Eric Gales.

For all SLASH S.E.R.P.E.N.T. Festival dates, visit:

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