Slash, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators Present ‘River Is Rising’ Tour at YouTube Theater [Photos/Videos]

Slash and Myles Kennedy and the conspirators brought their The river rises toured in Inglewood, California YouTube Theater Friday night.

The tour comes in support of 4a new collaborative album arriving on February 11 via GMB. After debuting in Portland, OR on the 8th, Slash and Myles Kennedy worked in Seattle, WA (2/8) and several dates in California before arriving in Inglewood on the 18th. The band performed several songs from the new album while throughout the night, including “The River Is Rising”, “Whatever Gets You By”, “Actions Speak Louder Than Words”, “Fill My World”, and “Call Off The Dogs”.

While Slash and Myles Kennedy did not perform any songs from the Guns N’ Roses catalog, they broke into several tasteful covers. In the middle of the 20-song set came a cover of Lenny Kravitz“Always on the Run”, which originally appeared on his 1991 album, mom said. As well as releasing a few tracks from Slash’s solo catalog, including “Nothing To Say” and “Back From Cali”, the show saw a cover of Elton John“Rocketman”.

Below, check out a photo gallery of the show courtesy of the photographer Matthew Rea. Plus, scroll down for a collection of fan videos and a setlist.

Slash with Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators will continue the The river rises tour on Tuesday, February 22 at Delta Room in Salt Lake City, Utah. To manage here for tickets and a full list of tour dates.

set list: Slash ft. Myles Kennedy and the conspirators | YouTube Theater | Inglewood, California | 02/18/22

Set: Pouring Rain, My Antidote, Gunshots, Serve You Well, Cali Returns (Slash), Bad Rain, The River Rises, Whatever Passes You, Still On The Run (Lenny Kravitz) [1]More Heroes, Speed ​​Parade (Slash’s Snakepit), Actions Speak Louder Than Words, Fill My World, The One You Loved Is Gone, Call The Dogs Back, Doctor Alibi (Slash) [1]Rocket Man (Elton John), Nothing to Say (Slash), You’re a Lie, The World on Fire

Again: Anastasia

Remarks:

[1] Todd Kerns on vocals

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