Slash announces two UK headline shows – ticket details

The former Guns N' Roses axeman will play Nottingham and Blackpool in 2013

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Slash has announced plans for two UK shows, which are set to take place next year.

The former Guns N’ Roses guitar player will appear at Nottingham Arena on February 28 and Blackpool Empress Ballroom on March 1, 2013.

Slash has just finished up a UK tour which followed the release of his second solo album 'Apocalyptic Love', which came out in May and featured Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy on vocals.

While in the UK, Slash revealed his love of Adele.

"She's great," he told The Independent.

"She's a shot in the arm for this industry. She writes her own music that's not at all contrived. And she's managed to sell loads of records which makes her a great example to the younger artists. Like Amy Winehouse, she's organic and real. It's great to have that happen at this moment when everybody else is so synthetic."

Slash will play:

Nottingham Arena (February 28 2013)
Blackpool Empress Ballroom (March 1)


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