Slash & Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators brought the house down at the Palladium in Hollywood, CA.
Opening the night was The Classless Act, a four piece rock band co-founded by drummer London Hudson, Slash's teenage son. The Classless Act performed like a band whose been established for years. Even though the band is comprised of four teenagers, these kids rocked the house. This group puts on a great show and seem to be the new wave of rock and roll.
Slash & Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators continued the show with hits of their own. They played songs like "Starlight", "Standing in the Sun", "Battleground", and "Dirty Girl", among new songs from their new album Living The Dream. Slash's GNR bandmate Duff McKagan came out as a surprise during the encore for "It's So Easy." The crowd gave positive feedback and were engaged throughout the evening. Another great, historic show at the Palladium.
Photos by Alex Kluft