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Slash Is Still Living the Dream

9 months ago by Brett Callwood
The Library Room at Sphere Studios makes for the perfect venue for an interview with Slash. The guitarist best known for his work with Guns N’ Roses is famously well-read, his laid-back demeanor belying the fact that there’s a lot going on behind the mirrored sunglasses he rarely takes off. Former Guns drummer Steven Adler swears that he’s a genius. Myles Kennedy, vocalist with Slash’s current solo project, describes him as a “cerebral cat.” Perhaps most tellingly, Duff McKagan, the musician who has worked with Slash more than anyone else thanks to their shared GN’R and Velvet Revolver endeavors, refers to his old friend as a “solid motherfucker.”

L.A. Weekly's Summer Festival Guide 2019

2 days ago by Paul Rogers
Your guide to music festivals in summer 2019

13 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

9 days ago by LA Weekly
From unique Mother's Day celebrations and medieval menageries to previously unreleased films and neighborhood concerts, here are the 13 best things to do in Los Angeles this week.

The Return Of the Hollywood Vampires

11 days ago by Brett Callwood
Ah, the Hollywood Vampires. That most notorious of drinking gangs that lurked in the dark corners of the Rainbow loft on Sunset, as well as in various London holes, in the 1970s. Alice Cooper, still in his days of wild abandon, was the president, ruling over a court of jesters that included Monkee Micky Dolenz, Harry Nilsson, Keith Moon and Ringo Starr, with regular cameos by the likes of Marc Bolan, Keith Emerson, John Belushi, John Lennon and Bernie Taupin.

Beyond Off Sunset: A Guide to Gay Silver Lake

2 months ago by Michael Cooper
LGBTQ nightlife in Los Angeles can be a bit detached, but each separate 'gayborhood' has its own vibe and appeal. From West Hollywood to downtown L.A. to Long Beach and the Valley, we've provided nightlife guides to everything for L.A. Weekly readers over the past couple years. But we saved the most historic for last: Silver Lake. On the eve of the Off Sunset Festival on Sunday, L.A. Weekly put together a guide on how to have a great gay night (or day) out in Silver Lake.

The Future Is Female at L.A. Phil and Girlschool's Starry-Eyed Tribute to Yoko Ono

2 months ago by Falling James
The BREATHEWATCHLISTENTOUCH event at a sold-out Disney Hall on Friday, March 22, was billed as a tribute to the work and music of Yoko One. But with a large and nearly all-female cast of musicians and vocalists, including Shirley Manson and St. Vincent, the concert felt like it was more than an homage to one person and was instead a celebration of the creativity of all women.

Joe Perry Joined by Johnny Depp, Robin Zander, David Johansen, Slash and more for "Manifesto" Show at the Roxy

1 year ago by Lina Lecaro
If you’re gonna play with some singers who aren’t Steven Tyler, well, they'd better be formidable.

12 Best Music Shows in L.A. This Week

5 months ago by LA Weekly
Los Angeles is a hotbed of live music, and L.A. Weekly is here to help navigate this embarrassment of riches. From the glorious antics of pro-organic food hard rockers Mac Sabbath to a kick-ass party to launch your New Year's weekend, folk songstress Laura Veirs and a sound bath to start 2019 in the right spirit, here are the 12 best music shows in L.A. for your post-Christmas week!

Pleasant Gehman Remembers the Wild, Wild Weekly of Yore

5 months ago by Pleasant Gehman
L.A. punk legend Pleasant Gehman looks back at the early years of L.A. Weekly, when she was part of the staff writing the paper's popular scenester column "L.A. Dee Da," and having a very wild time doing so.

L.A. Weekly Movie Guide: Spike Lee's in Town

6 months ago by Nathaniel Bell
Spike Lee's at the American Cinematheque for a weekend salute to his films, Schindler's List gets a weeklong run to celebrate its anniversary, and Mary Queen of Scots and Ben is Back are among the week's new movies in theaters.


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