Slash (photo: Ria Burman)
Dirty Honey opened the show at The Warfield with electric energy and rock and roll righteousness, warming up the already buzzing crowd, some having traveled from as far as Japan to see Slash perform later in the evening.
During the set change, I discovered more crowd members devotion and commitment to the guitar riff ripping melts of Slash. Kim and Diego had secured a front row spot in the crowd, having waited outside the The Warfield since 9:30 a.m. in the morning. Traveling from New York, their on a tourtastic adventure following Slash from the beginning of the tour (this show at The Warfield) to end.
After Dirty Honey’s guitar rocking set of sweetness, out bounced Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators and the crowd erupted with rock and roll revelry.
Through nineties nostalgic greatness of Guns n Roses and Noughties super group, rock~ready offerings of Velvet Revolver to the now creations and collaborations with Myles Kennedy (of Alter Bridge) & The Conspirators, Slash displays mental mastery to his guitar~art, bringing folks together, far and wide, for a rocking, musical adventure.