Slash and Myles Kennedy talk about reconvening in next year or so
Alter Bridge and Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators frontman Myles Kennedy was recently interviewed by Music Life Magazine and spoke about whether the latter band will be continuing at some point.
The Music Life Magazine article states in part:
As most of the universe knows, Slash reunited with Axl Rose and Duff McKagan to tour with Guns ‘N Roses throughout most of 2016. Kennedy said he and his fellow bandmates in Slash’s band knew late last year that the reunion was happening, but that the time had already been set aside for the Alter Bridge writing, recording and touring cycle.
“We usually have this sort of thing planned out well in advance. I think I knew, as did the rest of the Conspirators [including Canadians Todd Kerns and Brent Fitz] by the fall of last year about the GnR reunion,” he said, adding that there has been talk of their band getting back together again at some point.
“We actually had communication about a month or month and a half ago about reconvening in the next year to 18 months. So the door is definitely open.”
You can read the rest of the article/interview at Music Life Magazine.
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators‘ last studio album World On Fire: “You’ve got to hand it to Slash, almost every project he associates himself with seems to have success at the mainstream level — be it with the iconic Guns N’ Roses, with some of his GN’R mates in Velvet Revolver, or now with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. For some reason, Slash is able to produce music that is not only appreciated by the ’80s hair metal fan base but also by the mainstream and younger rock and roll loving public.
World On Fire will most likely keep that trend going as Slash and company offer another dose of songs highlighted by the guitarist’s catchy riffs along with the distinctive and pleasant voice of Myles Kennedy — those two guys really complement each other well. Most of the songs on World On Fire are quite good without reinventing the wheel too much from Apocalyptic Love, the debut record from the line-up now known as Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators.”