Guitar Hero

Iconic guitar-slinger Slash talks to Peter Murphy about Thin Lizzy’s influence on Guns N’ Roses, how Phil Lynott inspired him in his formative years and confirms that Axl Rose got a tattoo in tribute to the Dublin rockers.

Forget working with Iggy Pop, Fergie, Lemmy and Ozzy...

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