From Planet Rock.
Released on Friday 20th September and available to pre-order now from Slash’s official website, ‘Living The Dream Tour’ captures the entire two-hour show at the world-famous Hammersmith venue as part of their February 2019 UK tour.
Featuring career-spanning hits from all four Slash studio albums, the set included ‘Call of the Wild’, ‘Driving Rain’, ‘By The Sword’, ‘Back From Cali’, ‘Starlight’, ‘World On Fire’ and closer ‘Anastasia’.
There’s a searing live version of ‘Shadow Life’, as well as ‘We Are All Gonna Die’ and ‘Doctor Alibi’, during which lead singer Myles Kennedy switches vocal duties with bassist Todd Kerns.
Fans can buy Living The Dream Tour on DVD+2CD, Blu-Ray + 2CD, limited edition red vinyl, standard vinyl and digital formats. There are also a number of exclusive limited-edition bundles available.
The day after the London Eventim Apollo gig on Wednesday 20th February, Slash confirmed that it had been recorded for posterity.
The Guns N’ Roses legend tweeted: “London, that was a f***ing blast! I’m glad we captured the night on video! Thanks for a truly memorable evening!”
Bassist Todd Kerns also tweeted: “Thank you to all of our Dammily in the UK. What an amazing time capped off with filming a dvd last night at the legendary Apollo in London. Can’t wait til next time. Paris, you are next! The insanity continues!”
Following their clutch of February shows, Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators played the main stage at Download Festival last month.
The setlist at London Eventim Apollo was as follows:
The Call Of The Wild
Standing In The Sun
Back From Cali
Serve You Right
Boulevard Of Broken Hearts
We’re All Gonna Die
Lost Inside The Girl
Mind Your Manners
By The Sword
You’re A Lie
World On Fire
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